- n. Plural form of benjamin.
“The problem with that defense of course, is that in this case "the public" we're talking about are not a bunch of high rollers throwing benjamins around a strip club to garner the attention of a surgically enhanced dancer, but students who have paid -- or rather whose parents have likely paid -- to ensure that they receive the best educational experience their money can buy.”
“It makes a significant difference in who can do them, what can be done and how they are funded (in goverment, it is always all about the benjamins).”
“I might feel different if i had to pony up the benjamins, but i'm glad i have one.”
“But as someone already said, it's all about the benjamins ...”
““All about the Reagans” seems like a more accurate characterization of our Second Gilded Age ethos than the one about the benjamins.”
“Again, it just goes to prove that all the drama she made in the previous months was all about the benjamins … period!”
“Since she quit the Governorship, though, and has been rolling in the benjamins (affording her, among other things, the time to preen on the culture circuit and to bring in more and better handlers), I've been seeing that awkwardness less and less, and I don't see it in this picture at all.”
“It makes a significant difference in who can do them, what can be done and how they are funded in goverment, it is always all about the benjamins.”
“Proving the immortal words of the Diddy – it really is all about the benjamins …”
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Monetary units and other words that mean money. Other financial words are allowed too, as long as they're principally about money. Get it, principally? I kill me.
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