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Something Walked Over Your Grave

A Temecula, California, man recalls that whenever he feels a chill, he says, “I guess someone walked on my grave.” If someone else feels a chill, he’ll say, “Did someone walk on your grave?” Then one day he shivered...

mazer

mazer  n.— Note: Most dictionaries define “mazer as a large, wooden drinking bowl. «You can sample meads, tour the meadery, eat grilled brats and burgers and chill out with members of local mead clubs, including the Motor City Mazers...

chill suit

chill suit  n.— «In an effort to preserve her brain function, doctors at Oklahoma Heart Hospital put Jill in what’s called a “chill suit.” “We moved directly to this induced hypothermia, which is basically a refrigerated...

aircon

aircon  n.— «Then came air conditioning, also known as aircon. This uses an air-conditioner to chill (and dehumidify) the air coming into the cabin. The end result is that when it’s turned on, and the temperature gauge is set to cold, you...

bunhead

bunhead  n.— «“I only have one “bunhead’ in the company,” Johnson said. “The rest are moderns. These girls are so great. They’ll try anything. They’re willing to talk, willing to sing, willing to be fools. They not only...

monging

monging n. being under the influence of depressants or other drugs (especially for recreational use); idling, relaxing, or vegetating (especially due to drugs or alcohol or their after-effects); vegging out, chilling out, or chillaxing. Also, monged...