‘The Walking Dead’ season 3 spoilers: What does Rick’s hallucination mean? (Photos)
On Monday, Feb. 11, former showrunner Glen Mazzara explained to Entertainment Weekly the meaning behind this cliffhanger. Note that spoilers are ahead if you missed episode nine, “The Suicide King,” or are not up-to-date with “The Walking Dead.”
The whole nine yards: Nine reader theories for the phrase's origin
The whole nine yards. It's come to mean giving it your all. But what does it refer to? Readers think they know ... 1 The whole... ammunition belt The phrase "The whole nine yards" is derived from American airmen in the Pacific during World War Two.
Wedding guest etiquette: What in the world do I wear?
Black tie, black tie optional or black tie invited -- what does it all mean? With wedding ... dress you have." Black Tie: Black tie means exactly what it is: tuxedos for men, long gowns for women. But not everyone at the reception will be dressed to the nines.
The whole nine yards about a phrase's origin
When people talk about "the whole nine yards," just what are they talking about ... suggests a probable "backwoods provenance." As for the meaning of the phrase, he added, the slippage from six yards to nine - part of the same "numerical phrase inflation ...
Steve Jobs Always Dressed Exactly the Same. Here's Who Else Does
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Steve Jobs ... dress earned him the nickname “The Man In Black,” around the same time. “Consistency of all kinds is what builds brands,” Schawbel says. “People who wear the same thing, have a catch phrase ...