Numerology information Furies:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Definition funny of Furies:

urban1. unrelenting ruthlessness and rage; pure intensity and determination, mixed with anger; a feeling commonly felt by a badass 2. a statement demonstrating one's immeasurable, and at times entirely random, anger

urban1. The fury that Ray Lewis exuded in his bone-crushing tackle on Kellen Winslow was so palpable that the majority of the stadium was left in everlasting fear. 2. Jose Contreras: whats up man? Bruce Lee: FURY!! Jose Contreras: good point.

urbanOne with many sick kickalicks who just keeps dippin' and just keeps switchin' lanes.

urbanBetter not scuff his shoes, cause this fury has got a man on the inside.

urban1. Noun. Massive expulsion of putrid filth from the bowls; often is excruciatingly delightful. Caused by inordinate amounts of eating or drinking; is less commonly triggered completely randomly. Expulsion will typically lay waste to one's plumbing facilities. Telltale CSI-like splatter pattern on back inside of bowl and underside of seat, possibly also small amounts on front inside of bowl and under rim. Majority of expulsion will accumulate approximately four inches below middle of the back of the rim. Expulsion will form similar to a golf ball cut in half suspended one-half inch above the water level. Will almost always require multi-flushes to destroy the evidence. Massive jetsam will be accompanied by a heavy, bestial musk. Bystanders can often tell when the fury has been wrought by the distinctive funk. The Fury can be rated on a simple base-ten rating system: 1. Burning exploding nuggets, pellet-sized, light brown. 3. Bigger pellets, more gaseous. Increased decibel level of flatulence. 5. Begins occurrence of multiple rounds of audible droppings. Pellet size stays the same, enormous quantities of flatus. Begins increase of liquid excrement. 7. Two onslaughts of nearly maximum size pellets, at least two pints of liquid excrement, and a combined minimum of 20 seconds of total powerful flatus. 10. (Vesuvial): Three massive and distinct onslaughts incorporating at least two logs of a five inch minimum, at least ten three-quarter inch diameter pellets, at least two quarts of liquid, and at least 45 seconds of pungent flatus. Level of toilet bowl must rise (by solid displacement) at least two and one-half inches. Solids should be black or nearly black (completing color shift from light brown to black). Visible layer of fluids should be floating (immiscible) on top of water. First impression should make one think of logs and pebbles of feces marinating in an acidic stew of filth. Bystanders, upon viewing sample, should at least gag. Inconceivable amount of excrement. Only one recorded count of the vesuvius in modern history. Can only be obtained by Taco Bell and Japanese hibachi. Krakatoa: Mythical level above a ten. Has never been achieved in human history. Must kill subject by pressure differential caused by expulsion of feces. 2. Verb. "To bring the fury." To defecate in a manner which induces the eruption of blood from the orifices of small beings.

urban1. Anuses worldwide pucker with glee when they feel the fury coming. 2. Well, it took him three grande soft tacos, a crunchwrap supreme, two steak quesedillas, two hot pockets, a salad with ginger dressing, Japanese onion soup, hibachi shrimp and chicken, vegetables, fried rice, six rolls of eel avocado, and twenty-two cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon, but he finally brought the fury on that poor bathroom.

urbanSnake like creature,likes to hear own voice. Wannabe biker Famous throughout the Uk biking community for phoning the police cause some one photoshoppped a picture of him. Reviled by other because,a comic hate figure


Songs about Furies:

songsFury Oh Fury by Nico Vega from the Album Fury Oh Fury EP

songsFire And Fury by Skillet from the Album Rise

songsThe Fury of My Love (Acoustic Version) by Flying Colors from the Album Second Nature (Deluxe)

songsFury by Henry Jackman from the Album Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

songsFury Drives Into Camp by Steven Price from the Album Fury (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [+digital booklet]

songsLoops Of Fury - Pump Up (Vandal Remix) by Vandal from the Album The Loops of Fury - Rack Em / Pump Up (Remixes)

songsFire And Fury by Skillet from the Album Rise (Deluxe)


Books about Furies:

booksThe Fury by Alexander Gordon Smith (Sep 9, 2014)

booksFury by G.M. Ford (Jun 4, 2002)

booksBlast of the Dragon's Fury (Andy Smithson Book 1) by L. R. W. Lee (Jan 9, 2014)

booksThe Fury by John Farris (May 16, 2012)

booksDemon's Fury: Part 1 of the Final Asylum Tales (The Asylum Tales series) by Jocelynn Drake (Oct 14, 2014)

booksFuries of Calderon (Codex Alera, Book 1) by Jim Butcher (Jun 28, 2005)

booksFury by Elizabeth Miles (Aug 30, 2011)


Movies about Furies:

moviesPower Rangers Jungle Fury Season 1 2008 TV-Y7-FV CC -

moviesCaged Fury 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 36 mins Starring: Erik Estrada, Richard Barathy, et al. Directed by: Bill Milling

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moviesThe Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 34 mins Starring: Vin Diesel, Keith David, et al. Directed by: Peter Chung

moviesCuban Fury [HD] 2014 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 39 mins Starring: Nick Frost, Rashida Jones, Chris O'Dowd, et al. Directed by: James Griffiths

moviesFury 2020 R - Starring: Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, et al. Directed by: David Ayer

moviesThe Fury Of Hercules 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins Starring: Brad Harris, Mara Berni, Luisella Boni, et al. Directed by: Gianfranco Parolini


Wiki information Furies:

Fictional Character, Literature Subject

In Greek mythology the Erinyes, also known as Furies, were female chthonic deities of vengeance; they were sometimes referred to as "infernal goddesses". A formulaic oath in the Iliad invokes them as "those who beneath the earth punish whosoever has...

Female Furies

The Female Furies are a group of fictional women warriors appearing in comics published by DC Comics. They first appeared in Mister Miracle #6, and were created by Jack Kirby.