Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fox: in allusion to its reddish color.
- n. plural A stuff. In the sixteenth century, a material mentioned as made out of England from English wool.
“Russel is interestingly sexy, and although he may look as if he didnt shower he still manages to pull the most amazingly gorgeous girls (Katy).”
“And anything Keri Russel is in is worth giving a shot.”
“Russel is gone, once they go to trible and the votes are even, the one with the most already is packin nothing to save him but the idle.”
“Russel is going to eat this tribe for a few weeks, and then the merge comes and the other tribe takes him out.”
“As in Russel Oliver? haha I remember that guys commercials from when I lived in Toronto.”
“Also, the reference to Naked Snake/Big Boss looking like Kurt Russel is intentional seeing as in MGS2 snake took the last name Pliskin, a direct reference to the Escape from … series of movies.”
“Russel is getting old, and I would love to see him dawn the character Snake, one last time!”
“The other two adults on board were identified as Russel Hardy, 31, who was the co-owner of the Rockwell AC69 twin-engine plane, and Joseph Hardwick, 22, a mechanic who was engaged to be married on Dec. 16.”
“I do hope she makes it to the merge, however, and feel that Russel is so hung-up and big-headed about being the leader he’s turning into a real jerk.”
“I’m just saying that because Russel is smart, maybe most of his humor went over the head of those of you who have a lower IQ.”
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