Numerology information Defenestrations:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Definition funny of Defenestrations:

urbanon witnessing the disposal of a cigarette from the window of a moving car: "That was a heinous act of defenestration!"

urbanMom, can I defenestrate my brother?

urbanDefenestration of a human out of a 30th story window has a vicious tendency to create a mess that the police are not to keen on cleaning up.

urban"I was told not to shoot the king's messenger, so I defenestrated him; he broke both legs. I do believe the king got the message." "Gee, Larry, I haven't seen a good old-fashioned defenestration in a while."

urbanI would defenestrate my brother, but we live on the 5th floor and he would most likely die. Defenestration is attempted murder.

urbanFrank: Dude! Where are all my stuff? Me: I kinda defenestrated them i was feeling like Defenestration. Frank: Where's my mum? Me: Uhhmm.....

urban(defenestration from three stories) Tyrone: Woah! Jaheed's so angry he just threw dat' ho out da' window! La-a:AAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! (splat) Jaheed: Defenestration in da' third degree ho'! (sentence Sometimes a suicide by jumping out of a window isn't really suicide but actually defenestration to commit murder.


Songs about Defenestrations:

songsDefenestration Song by Have A Nice Life from the Album The Unnatural World

songsA Chorus of Self-Defenestrations by Kevin Burke from the Album Alina's Playlist

songsDefenestration by Alex Seifert from the Album Kid's Room

songsDefenestration by Hannah Fury from the Album Through the Gash

songsDefenestration by Storyboard from the Album Storyboard

songsDefenestration by Deceptikon from the Album Birds of Cascadia

songsDefenestration by Earlwine from the Album Low Frequency Hum


Wiki information Defenestrations:

Defenestrations of Prague
Literature Subject

The Defenestrations of Prague were two incidents in the history of Bohemia; there have been more, see below. The first occurred in 1419 and the second in 1618, although the term "Defenestration of Prague" more commonly refers to the later incident....

Defenestrations of Prague
Musical Recording, Canonical Version