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Nigel Rees, in Very Interesting. But Stupid: Catchphrases from the World of Entertainment, 1980, instances "holy flypaper!", "holy cow!", "holy felony!", "holy geography!," et. and adds, "The prefix 'holy' to any exclamation was particularly the province of Batman and. and adds, "The prefix 'holy' to any exclamation was particularly the province of Batman and Robin, characters created by Bob Kane and featured in best-selling comic books for over thirty years before they were portrayed by Adam West and Burt.
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Rees, Nigel 1944-(Nigel Thomas Rees) PERSONAL:Born June 5, 1944, in Liverpool, England; son . The Nigel Rees Book of Slogans and Catchphrases, Allen & Unwin (London, England), 1984.
Rees, Nigel 1944-(Nigel Thomas Rees) PERSONAL:Born June 5, 1944, in Liverpool, England; son of Stewart and Adeline Rees; married Susan Bates, May 6, 1978. Education: New College, Oxford, . with honors), 1967, . ADDRESSES:Home and office-Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. Very Interestin. ut Stupid! A Book of Catchphrases from the World of Entertainment, Allen & Unwin (London, England), 1980. The Joy of Cliches, Macdonald and Co. (London, England), 1984.
Author: Nigel Rees ISBN 10: 0851127924. Title: The Guinness Book of Humorous Anecdotes Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Publisher: Guinness World Records Limited ISBN 13: 9780851127927. Read full description. The Guinness Book of Humorous Anecdotes by Nigel Rees (Paperback, 1994). Pre-owned: lowest price.
Stupid Facts! by ashish (india). The Bible is the most shoplifted book in America. A giraffe and a mouse have the same number of vertebrae. 7. A giraffe's are spaced out farther than the mouse's.
very interesting but stupidunknown. Pioneered by Arte Johnson as Wolfgang the Nazi Soldier in the comedy series "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" from 1968 to 1973; Wolfgang would raise his head above a parapet after some preceding act, take a cigar out of his mouth, deliver the line and grin ear to ear. Best delivered in the original thick German accent, with a pause for effect midway through. astral vibrations read for ninety bucks a minute. Very interesting but stupid.
Ehlgee America is stupid because she made herself torn between Aspen and Maxon, and made herself confused about her feelings towards two. But of course, that made the novel so lovely, so I don't get to have arguments with. But of course, that made the novel so lovely, so I don't get to have arguments with that. Tayla Botha I don’t think America is stupid, I think she is so normal actually. Always when reading this series, I used to hate the second book because it annoyed me so much with Maxon and America having unnecessary drama all the time one after the other.