Upside can refer to:
- Upside (magazine) was a San Francisco-based business and technology magazine
- Upside Records, a record label
- Upside (film), a 2010 American film
Other articles related to "upside":
... Synodontis is the largest genus of upside-down catfishes ... Some species are also known for naturally swimming belly-up, earning the name upside-down catfish ... While some of these species are known to swim upside down, another species, Synodontis multipunctata, is a brood parasitic cuckoo catfish ...
... look in it, his or her views would appear upside down ... The apple is seen upside down for the 10 of the 11 episodes ... At the last episode, however, the apple is no longer upside down ...
... infamante" on the saddle of his horse, depicting the local politicians hung upside down by their feet in the hand of a giant whore ... Piccinino, in the Palazzo della Signoria in 1428, which depicted him hanging upside-down in chains "depaint" in April 1430 ... Hanging upside down by one foot was a common theme for pittura infamante of condottieri who switched sides ...
... Synodontis batensoda is a species of upside-down catfish ... Like other Synodontis species, this fish almost always swims upside down ... In the aquarium hobby, this fish may be known as the giant upside-down catfish it is peaceful and hardy fish, but may be bullied by more aggressive Synodontis species ...
Famous quotes containing the word upside:
“Fear is cruel and mean. The political reigns of terror have been reigns of madness and malignity,a total perversion of opinion; society is upside down, and its best men are thought too bad to live.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Behind her was confusion in the room,
Of chairs turned upside down to sit like people
In other chairs, and something, come to look,
For every room a house has parlor, bedroom,
And dining room thrown pell-mell in the kitchen.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Life is crazy. Now, maybe you knew this all along. But before I had children, I actually held on to the illusion that there was some sense of order to the universe.... I am now convinced that we are all living in a Chagall paintinga world where brides and grooms and cows and chickens and angels and sneakers are all mixed up together, sometimes floating in the air, sometimes upside down and everywhere.”
—Susan Lapinski (20th century)