- From ass + -ward. (Wiktionary)
“I think you've got your priorities back-assward and you'd better get them straight or I think you may find yourself out of a job! faulpelz”
“Its all about making money for her right now .... she'll keep saying "back assward" things during her book tour but then what do you expect.”
“Ass-backward, back-assward and every ass and back in between.”
“And if that comes across as the most back-assward compliment of the fledgling century, so be it. dagreenman18”
“There is no such thing as 'price' information outside of the market, and the government basically has a constant institutional demand that almost forces it to think back-assward.”
“Those are back-assward ways of trying to fix the economy.”
“Lastly, historical precedence can and is telling us an awful lot as to the wisdom of creating "democracies" through foreign military interventions with a fraction of the force necessary in a back-assward country.”
“They deem to ‘respect’ a quite back-assward interpretation of “Separation of Church and State”, pretending that Church be not meant not to denounce the crimes of State, even while highest officials of State often clothe themselves with a vestment of Church dogma, respecting the assumptions and superstitions, often speaking as subjects of a church or as its representatives and protectors.”
“Bush will turn and put the most rabid, back-assward, insanely conservative on the bench that he can find.”
“Ford can deny this huge groundswell of gay/lesbian acceptance, but all they need to do is turn on the TV or even hit the movie theater to realize how back-assward their decision is.”
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