Politics, N: From The Latin 'poly', Meaning Many, And 'tic', Meaning Little Bloodsucking Insects.
politics, n: From the Latin 'poly', meaning many, and 'tic', meaning
little bloodsucking insects.
Quote #346 And, of course, the word "politics" is derived from "POLY", meaning many, and "TICS", meaning small, blood sucking insects.
-- Chris Clayton [ USFMCNCG@ibmmail.com ]...
The word "politics" is derived from the word "poly", meaning 'many', and the word 'ticks', meaning 'blood sucking parasites'.
-- Larry Hardima...
Politics: n. from Greek; "poli"-many; "tics"-ugly, bloodsucking parasites.
Poli(Many) Tic(Bloodsucker) Politics = Many Bloodsuckers.
Subpoena, n.: From the root sub, below, and the Latin poena for male organ or penis.
Therefore, below the penis or by the balls....
California, n.: From Latin "calor", meaning "heat" (as in English "calorie" or Spanish "caliente")
and "fornia'" for "sexual intercourse" or "fornication....
Anus - Latin word denoting a period of time. [The Latin word is "annus".
"anus" has in Latin the same meaning as in English - Antonio]...
19) "Ah, yes, divorce..., from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet.