spumescent \spyoo-MEH-sunt\ (adjective)
: frothy, foamy
"Beat egg whites until foamy," the directions said, and
Frank beat them until they were splendidly spumescent.
Did you know?
"Spume," from Latin "spuma," is a word for froth or foam
that has been a part of the English lexicon for more than 600
years. An early example is found in the following quotation
from 14th-century English poet John Gower: "She set a caldron on
the fire . . . and let it boil in such a plight, till that she
saw the spume [was] white." "Spumescent" joined the older
adjectives "spumous" and "spumy," which also mean "foamy" or
"frothy," in the mid-1800s, but it has remained rare.
Etymologists aren't positive whether it was adopted directly from
the Latin adjective "spumescens," or whether it's simply an
instance, like "alkalescent," of adding the suffix "-escent" to a
noun to create an adjective.
it was really neat the way that FF6 didn't have a main character. like, Terra was kinda the main character, but you could beat the game without her in your party. I think that's a real neat thing! I want a 3d game with wierd shaped people to lead teh party. I was sad that I never got to see how Cait sith and red XIII went up and down ladders in FFVII. i mean, didn't you ever wonder?
no one has commented on my journal between 4:00AM and 10:00 AM!!!! why arent people up at 7 in the morning commenting on my journal?!?!?!
Gay Orgy Trial Resumes in Egypt
Middle East News Online
By Ashraf Umari, Middle East News Online Reporter
Posted Wednesday August 29, 2001 - 04:55:54 PM EDT
CAIRO (MENO): Trial of 52 Egyptian men accused of engaging in gay sex orgy resumed in Cairo Wednesday, but this time the trial was attended by international observers.
"The law empowers the state security court to examine this case because it involves a charge of contempt for religion and, therefore, affects society," prosecutor Ashraf Helal said at the start of the trial.
Both the defendants and the prosecution team used the principles of Islam to make their case. Defense wintnesses testified to the devoutness of the accused men, while the prosecution charged them with blasphemy and debuachery.
Representatives from several western embassies, US, Canada, Belgium, Denmark and Switzerland, in Cairo are said to have attended the trial, without an invitation.
A Canadian diplomat and lawyer, Jean-Philippe Cachian, said "we were sent by our embassies as observers, but (came) without invitation."
Egypt biggest daily newspaper stated in it's editorial today that "this is not a trial related to freedoms, but a case of prostitution," and no one in their right mind would approve such practices.
The trial is the third since the arrest of the Egyptian men in a boat across the Nile river. The young men were said to have been caught while having gay orgy.
But the arrests and the possible imprisonment have ignited cries from around the world, accusing Egypt of human rights violations.
The court verdict cannot be appealed.
50 of the defendants are charged with "practicing debauchery with men." News reports said that the court had accused two of the defendants of "exploiting the Islamic religion to spread extremist ideas" (as well as practicing gay sex) "as part of the group's rituals in front of the remaining defendants and others with the aim of insulting the heavenly religions and sparking civil strife."
I want a blow job right now...
ZeroBatsu (10:21:51 PM): we could get like Liam
ZeroBatsu (10:21:56 PM): and then make him be both characters
ZeroBatsu (10:22:01 PM): so he has to talk to himself
ZeroBatsu (10:22:05 PM): and make love to himself
ZeroBatsu (10:22:10 PM): and then edit it on a computer
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