Bastard Stuff Around The World

Start Ya Bastard Engine Starter

Nulon “Start Ya Bastard” Instant Engine Starter (SYB) promotes easy starting of all diesel and petrol engines (both two-stroke and four-stroke).

In searching for a name for this product, they could not get away from the three words most commonly used to describe a difficult-to-start engine “Start Ya Bastard”. They trust you will not be offended.

Nulon’s SYB high potency, highly concentrated, highly flammable formulation is designed to instantly start difficult-to-start engines. Of course an engine has to be in sound condition and tuned correctly for it to start at all. However, there are many reasons why an engine can be difficult to start.

Fat Bastard Wine

Fat Bastard is a brand of French wine introduced in 1998, produced and distributed by a French and British partnership that began as a collaboration between French winemaker Thierry Boudinaud and British wine importer Guy Anderson. Originally launched as a Chardonnay, the brand has been expanded to include additional varietals including Merlot, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is sold primarily in the United States and has been discontinued on the UK market.

Bastard Typeface Font

Bastard is a blackletter typeface designed by Jonathan Barnbrook in 1990. The name derives from a typographic classification known as Bastarda. The Bastard face is an exploration of the blackletter face (the earliest types, similar to those made by Gutenberg, and based upon monastic script) with a simple kit of parts. The face is available in three weights: Spindly Bastard, Fat Bastard, and Even Fatter Bastard.

799 Pink Bastard

Yup, even colours have Bastard names. This one is 799 Pink Bastard.

In theatre lighting, a bastard colour is a colour typically in a colour gel used as a filter. The predominant colour is blended with small amounts of complementary colours. By example, a “bastard orange” gel would produce predominantly orange light with undertones of blue. Bastard colours appear warmer and more natural than pure colours and are used to replicate natural light.

Hôtel de Bastard

Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Lectoure Cathedral and within 9 miles (15 km) of Chateau de Lagarde and Musee du Miel. Musee de l’Ecole Publique and Golf de Fleurance are also within 12 miles (20 km). Lectoure Station is 19 minutes by foot.

The hotel features a restaurant, a bar/lounge and self parking. WiFi in public areas is free. Other amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, a computer station and free newspapers.

All 24 rooms offer free WiFi and free wired Internet, plus digital TV and hairdryers. Guests will also find desks and free toiletries. Private bathrooms are not en suite.

Spike Bastard & The Kitley House Hotel

The hotel hit national press earlier this year as the entire housekeeping team at the manor house hotel quit in protest over ‘unacceptable’ working conditions. The six-strong workforce walked out on the historic 500-year-old Kitley House Hotel in Plymouth, Devon, without notice.

The 500-year-old Kitley House Hotel is undergoing a huge and expensive refit after being bought back by the wealthy Bastard family.

Mr Spike Bastard was forced to make emergency cleaning arrangements to ensure that weddings and other functions went ahead.

Bastard Disco

Bastard Disco is a Warsaw-based four-piece alternative rock band, formed in 2015, inspired by american noise rock and post-hardcore acts from the nineties, with huge love to Fugazi, Quicksand, Smashing Pumpkins, Sonic Youth and Pixies.

 

Bastard Club Osnabrück

Since 2007, the Bastard Club in Osnabrück has been a permanent institution for the underground in this city. The operator Alexander “Schnalli” Schroeder was before the takeover 12 years tour guide for bands like the Donots, Sick Of It All, Dog Eat Dog, Hatebreed, Anti Flag, Grade, Smoke Blow and can therefore rely very much on the bands that are in his Club guest, hire. 
In July 2010, the old club in Hasepark had to close and has now found since September 2010, a new place in downtown Osnabrück.

Bastard Muscadine Grape

“I will pledge you willingly in a cup of bastard.”

Sir Walter Scott: Kenilworth

Nay, if there be no remedy for it, but that you will needs buy and sell men and women like beasts, we shall have all the world drink brown and white bastard.

William Shakespeare: Measure for Measure

In contrary to the premium ‘Sack’ wine, ‘Bastard’ wine is referred a lesser quality sweet wine, typically from Spain. Spanish wine export taxes were abolished in 1491, English merchants were given preferential treatment in 1517 and distinction was upheld between second-rate wines, so-called Bastards. In essence, any sweetened wine, but more correctly applied to a sweet Spanish wine (white or brown) made of the Bastard Muscadine Grape.
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