It is this strange experience, says Rumi, which transmutes man into his own deepest nature, into the fundament of his self.
Danny Mills may be a heads-down, foot-up skinheaded blunderbuss of a footballer, but he certainly knows how to give the English language a good boot up the fundament to remind it it's in a game.
The biggest laugh in the evening probably went to the distressed psychiatrist who claimed his auditory hallucinations took the form of the voice of the health secretary permanently emanating from his own fundament .
All of the above but only because they make up so much of the fundament (almost all of the fundament , really) of Western culture.
If you were to resign Bernard, if your whole party branch was to disappear up its own fundament , no one would ever know.
About which I said, some of what's coming out these days, especially from a bunch of talented but self-conscious young American writers, can disappear up its own fundament .
This, in turn, has resulted from a wholly false conception of gender as a construct to be overthrown, not as a defining fundament of what makes human beings precisely human.
With Bush's eyes fixed somewhere above and beyond the firmament, there is every opportunity to belt him severely in the fundament .
I will not sit around on my fundament while they go out there, maybe get hurt or killed!
We'd best stop there before disappearing up our own fundament , but as Chairman Lou could have said, what goes around comes around, and frequently meets itself coming back.