Created and inspired by author, Maya Angelou (Pictured).
She's not built to suit a model’s fashion size, but if you observe the curve of her lips, the fire in her eyes, the sun of her smile and the grace of her style, you will see her inner mystery. She’s a woman, phenomenally!
The smooth-talking, snake charming Assanova, who plays the good man very well. But, look very closely. Underneath that sexy exterior is an unlimited supply of lies, deceit and routine clinic visits.
(koo-noy-chee). A female ninja specially trained in psychology. They were to seduce the enemy for a clever assassination! Some would disguise themselves as Geisha to deceive their unsuspecting target. There are two types of kunoichi:
"Shimma kunoichi" is a member of the ninja family, trained for her specific role. She typically worked under a kantokusha, or a commander, who usually tried to give her the impression she was his only kunoichi. Due to their highly emotionally sensitive natures, the kunoichi needed to be carefully handled so as not to fall in love with the target or lose sight of the goals.
"Karima kunoichi" were usually hired only for a specific job, acting as a spy within the enemy's walls. These women, usually maids, mistresses, or entertainers with access to the house may be purchased for the right price.
1.) Ahh the air of eau de funke`. When your nickname is Pig Pen and you think it's super cute because you're a Peanuts fan. You stink so horribly the smell has morphed into stank. 2.) As in, "Put some stank on it" or "Stankonia." It represents that special seasoning you can't find anywhere. It's funky. It's herbalicious. It's the fuel that sends rockets soaring beyond our atmosphere. It personifies elevation. That stank. 3.) As in, stank bitch. Not a good look when you have a funky ass attitude and no one wants to be bothered. You are the Negative Nancy everyone makes an effort to avoid.