An elite crop of mythical shieldmaidens who fought alongside soldiers in battle. She is a fearsome thing to behold, a woman of great victory. Translated from an Anglo-Saxon metrical charm based on taming honey bees, to mean “victorious woman” considering that bees swarm and sting. Some scholars have suggested the term is but a mere metaphor for “victorious sword”.
From the French term, pensée, meaning "to think". Around the 15th century, it was the women who were criticized for "thinking too much". If a young man behaved the same way he was considered effeminate and less of a manly stud than the other men. He was regarded as having no machismo and labeled a sissy. Well, well you namby-pambies looks like you'll grow up to be men with the awesome power to think on your own; a free thinker!
Once a symbols of women's rights in the 1850s, the bloomer underwent several transformations in the underworld of undergarments. Popularized by suffragette, Amelia Bloomer. They were eventually replaced by drawers or knickers.
She lives among the religious community of women obeying the law of the Lord. There are two types of Canoness; Secular and Regular. Within the Secular faction you will find young daughters of noblemen who prefer to keep them as virgins and away from society's bad influence. Unlike that of the Regular Canoness, they take no permanent religious vows.
The Pussy wagon owned by Tarantino for Kill Bill
The ride that gets you from point A to B. Some, practically live inside it and for the majority it's a statement piece like "pussy wagon" or "pimp mobile". Based on the Latin word, carrus or carrum to mean, "wheeled vehicle".