- adj. idiomatic, colloquial Alternative form of ass-backwards.
“And how many of these types of back-asswards attempts to get published show up on your doorstep every week?”
“Do we really think back-asswards ideas about race are confined to a mythical American South that vaguely resembles Deliverance country?”
“Finally I stopped coming at it back-asswards and began reading primary sources or accounts by the sharecroppers themselves.”
“Are all Republicans as back-asswards as the Cheney administration and their fellow conquistadors of Middle Eastern Democracy?”
““What kind of back-asswards city is this” and so on.”
“When I think of Switzerland this kind of back-asswards, medieval type policy isn't what generally comes to mind.”
“Those are back-asswards ways of trying to fix the economy.”
“Others just stared blankly back at questions; others thought it was against the law to try explain anything; and one I overheard at another table solved problems by authoritatively explaining things back-asswards and upside down, and handed out God knows which ballots.”
“I will, however, attempt to set the record straight whenever the Grumpy Old Media has it back-asswards.”
“I'm not denying for one second that women are still stoned in certain back-asswards parts of the world.”
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inspired by Mistakes Were Made. Words for things going wrong in a manner particularly violent, stupid, soul-crushing, boggling, grandiose, or any combination of these qualities.
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