DANDIZETTE graphics. Icons and stock photography by captain__hook. Commenting is nice, credit is essential (for icons, not photography). Please comment if you want to be affiliates, or if you want to request something. dandy (n.) c.1780, of uncertain origin, first appeared in a Scottish border ballad: I've heard my granny crack O' sixty twa years back When there were sic a stock of Dandies O etc. In that region, Dandy is dim. of Andrew. In vogue in London c.1813-19. His fem. counterpart was a dandizette (1821) with Fr.-type ending. The adjective dandy first recorded 1792; very popular c.1880-1900. AFFILIATES: zaphod_bb [spaced_oddity] sameoldshow [downtomars] triptochinatown [opiumgaze] nerdork_icons [nerdork] awfulartparty [unrulygarden] For originals of the stock photos, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.