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  • Waking up at 1: 00 p.m. and stepping on a friend's face on the way to the fridge is part of the charming package; and if you are not comfortable with the prospect of being drooled on by your roommate's new buddy "Poot" sometime around dawn, then perhaps you should look into one of the "overflow" hotels.

    convention hoop-lah and whatnot

  • I jokingly invite the president to join us, but he's off to meet 'Poot'n' for the first time.

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  • worst of all, it's like spending 2 hours languishing in really bad space church. oh yes. some of the most ambitious yet least comprehendable scenes leave you feeling like you've been buggered senseless by a guy called "Poot" who once audited 3 hours of an undergraduate religion course. at a community college. in east Tennessee.

    a morning thought or two on the final Matrix

  • What a lowlife piece of shit. he's off to meet 'Poot'n' for the first time.

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  • Many will recognize Chaney from his role as Poot Carr on HBO's hit show The Wire.

    Lamar Tyler: "The Wire" Star Tray Chaney Promotes Fatherhood in New Music Video

  • (Final decision: "Pootie Poot" - that's true); How to eat a pretzel and watch a football game on TV at same time?

    Dean Obeidallah: Sneak preview of George W. Bush's new book

  • And just when Kunta was going to renounce his slave name, Lenore and Poot would slip into the kitchen to lick and sniff anything connected to the curd of a cow.

    A Kettle of Vultures

  • After one Lent celebration, Willie caught Lenore and Poot, sticking their tongues in the organic milk that my father coveted.

    A Kettle of Vultures

  • Poot and Lenore, who had fallen asleep in the backseat, awoke, wiping the dried white saliva from their chins.

    A Kettle of Vultures

  • “When we gonna get there?” asked Poot for the fifth time in the last hour, sensing my father was lost.

    A Kettle of Vultures

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