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.

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

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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