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I know, it has been a while!
Usually the month of April can be so busy with Uncle Sam and all (tabletop show, birthday and birthdays, etc!)


akimbo \ uh-KIM-boh \ , adjective;
1.With hand on hip and elbow bent outward.

Quotes:
Which kind of sounds like he’s going to stand in the middle of the path, arms akimbo, to prevent bikes from going through.
— “Path to confusion in Carlton Gardens,” Melbounre Times Weekly, 2011

Origin:
Akimbo is the descendent of the Middle English kenebowe, which itself is a modification of the Old Norse i keng boginn, both meaning “bent into a crook.”

The genie was inspired by Disney’s Aladdin as well as this book:

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