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Men in Blazers 01/08/19: Pod Special With the Man Who Embodies the Magic of the FA Cup
Rog talks with Gillingham FC superfan Chris Willis about the magic of the FA Cup after the League One Gills defeated Premier League Big Boy Cardiff City over the weekend.
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#216 Joel Willis
Episode 216 Joel Willis is a First Class Father and Creator of The Dad which is the best source of Fatherhood related content on social media. In this episode Joel shares his Fatherhood journey and tells us how The Dad came into existence and where itâ€™s heading. He also tells us about his new book and calendar now available for Fatherâ€™s Day. You can find them here: https://shop.thedad.com/products/the-dad-book https://shop.thedad.com/products/dad-ism-calendar First Class Fatherhood is sponsored by SeatGeek SAVE $20 OFF Tickets by Visiting seatgeek.com Use Promo Code: FIRSTCLASS Get Paid To Listen To First Class Fatherhood on Podcoin - https://podcoin.app.link/01oVbtv9VV For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by Â· Anchor Voice Messages: The easiest way to make a podcast. anch.co/vms Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alec-lace/support
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for November 23, 2018 is: impromptu \im-PROMP-too\ adjective 1 : made, done, or formed on or as if on the spur of the moment : improvised 2 : composed or uttered without previous preparation : extemporaneous Examples: When we got word of Caitlin's good news, we threw an impromptu party to celebrate. "West capped off his curious musical guest gig, where he subbed for Ariana Grande, with a rambling rant after NBC's broadcast ended. The impromptu speech was captured by Chris Rock, who posted it to his Instagram Story." â€” Kim Willis, USA Today, 30 Sept. 2018 Did you know? If you think that impromptu looks like a relative of the adjective prompt, you're right; both are ultimately derived from the Latin promere, meaning "to bring forth, take out." Impromptu was borrowed from French, where it meant "extemporaneously," but French speakers picked it up from the Latin phrase in promptu, a promere descendant meaning "in readiness" or "at hand." Something that is impromptu is generally "prompted" (that English verb is from Latin promptus, of the same meaning) by an occasion that generates a response in the form of, for example, a party or a speech that has not been planned. There is also another, much rarer descendant of promere in English: the noun promptuary, meaning "a book of ready reference."