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Goliath Games IG40640 Who's The Dude? The Hilarious Double Act Charade Game

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Badgers Games Ltd is a limited company registered in England and Wales. Registered number: 13104346. VAT Registered: 377093468. Raz, Guy (May 25, 2008). "The Dude: A Little Lebowski, Alive in All of Us". All Things Considered. National Public Radio . Retrieved January 27, 2017. While Joel and Ethan Coen are two of the greatest filmmakers alive (with Oscar gold to prove it), their biggest and perhaps most lasting contribution to our culture is The Big Lebowski. How awesome is that? The directors for Fargo and No Country For Old Men will be immortalized by the adventures of an aging hippie just trying to rescue his rug? The 1998 film The Big Lebowski featured Jeff Bridges as "The Dude", described as a "lazy deadbeat". The character was largely inspired by activist and producer Jeff Dowd who has been called "Dude" since childhood. [17] The film's central character inspired the creation of Dudeism, a neoreligion. [18] duded up", McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2002 , retrieved October 10, 2012

a b Peters, Mark (April 25, 2010). "The History of the "Dude" ". GOOD Worldwide, Inc . Retrieved January 27, 2017. Ehrlich, Richard (March 20, 2013). "The man who founded a religion based on 'The Big Lebowski' ". CNN Travel. CNN . Retrieved January 27, 2017. Who’s the Dude? is a charades game where you act out clues using the Dude, a life-sized inflatable teammate! Picturesque’ is the word we reach for to describe the allure of a charming vista or natural scene. Surely it is a word at furthest possible remove from the realm of propaganda? In fact, it has a rather sinister political past. Derived from the Italian word ‘ pittoresco’, ‘picturesque’ was seized upon at the end of the 18th Century by upper-class British artists who had been inspired by the luminous Italian landscape paintings they’d encountered while visiting the great hubs of European culture on what became known as The Grand Tour. Hill, Richard A. (Autumn 1994). "You've Come a Long Way, Dude: A History". American Speech. Duke University Press. 69 (3): 321–327. doi: 10.2307/455525. JSTOR 455525.Stevie Wonder – Yamaha CS-80 synthesizer (4), rhythm arrangements (4), Yamaha CS-80 synthesizer solo (2, 4), Yamaha CS-80 synthesizer solo fills (4) Okay, we can respect that. However, there is one difference between the Dude and the Dowd that is truly disheartening: he doesn't bowl often! The real Dude... doesn't bowl? It's true. The Dowd claims to have only bowled around a dozen times in all of his 69 years on this Earth. Less than 20 times? That's how many times the Dude bowls in a month! Okrent, Arika (November 5, 2013). "Mystery Solved: The Etymology of Dude". Slate. ISSN 1091-2339 . Retrieved October 24, 2017.

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Greg Phillinganes – synthesizer (1, 3–6, 8, 9), electric piano (2–4, 7–9), handclaps (1, 4), synthesizer solo (7) Three singles were released from the album in the US, all of which charted on the US Top 40. " Just Once" and " One Hundred Ways" both feature vocalist James Ingram's debut and reached No. 17 and 14, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100. The album gained moreover heavy dance airplay for lead single " Ai No Corrida", which reached No. 28 on the Top 40 and 14 in the UK Singles Chart. The album also contains "Razzamatazz" (with vocals by Patti Austin) which reached No. 11 in the United Kingdom, Jones's biggest solo hit in that country. John Goodman's trigger-happy, handgun-toting, short-fused, lovable lunatic Walter Sobchak is said to be partially based on a real person. Frankly, we find this fact terrifying beyond comprehension, but at least it's only partially. The "real" Walter is reported to be Peter Exline, a script consultant who is also a professor at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. Professor Walter Sobchak? This is awesome or horrifying, we're not sure which. Material for the Study of Dude – The etymological origin of the word "dude" by Barry Popik, David Shulman, and Gerald Cohen. Originally published in Comments on Etymology, October 1993, Vol. 23, No. 1

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