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  • When I think of assbackwards, repressive, corrupt, authoritarian countries the first thing that comes to my mind is the republican party.

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  • Peter Parker shouldn't look like he can fall assbackwards into nubile Freshmen tail.

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  • But then he would repeatedly launched into political tirades using borderline offensive words like "sucks" or "assbackwards" when he was talking with those who called into the show.

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  • Too bad they've got that whole denouncing terrorism/promoting human rights thing assbackwards here at home, eh?

    Honestly, I just wet myself.

  • In Hud Martin Ritt had fine actors, an excellent cinematographer, and a superb location, and he still managed to cripple the film dramatically by chaining himself hand and foot to the assbackwards structure of my novel.

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  • As much as they were dominated by Niemann, though, maybe some hope seems to be on the horizon for this Jays team as things have pretty much gone assbackwards for the boys in blue and while all season.

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  • So once again we have lefty dems pushing their assbackwards BS down our throats.

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  • "Democrat" than the U.S. Just another leftist using the assbackwards leftist dictionary.

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  • They do make it hard to defend the fact that not all of us South Carolinians are assbackwards fuckheads.

    Pharyngula

  • To that end I'm speaking to those people who've fallen assbackwards into money through family, luck, or anything but hard work who then claim that they've "earned" their wealth and owe nothing to anyone.

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  • Slang that goes back to the 1930s or so. I'll bet bassackwards arose about the same time. There is a funny story in my family about a woman who innocently picked up "bassackwards" from her sons and embarrassed her sisters by using the term freely. That could have been no later than the 1940s.

    June 19, 2007