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“We imagine that the Yoda voice could be a challenge to interpret, given the big-eared Jedi's tendency to transpose words.”
“She is exactly the same as she was yesterday—big-eared.”
“Not really one for responsibility (he preferred boozing and getting high much like our most recent illegitimate, illiterate president) he eventually chose a little big-eared E.T. descendent (lacking a real U. S birth certificate) to be groomed as his heir for the future, letting humans fend for themselves from about 1981 to 2007 while he went on a massive bender.”
“And I want one of those sparkly big-eared headbands like that little cutie was sporting.”
“The jailed mother, touching trunks with her big-eared baby through the prison window bars?”
“Prince Charles: 'School bullies called me a big-eared wanker.”
“I think the Princess Leia cake is supposed to be a bat one of those big-eared ones.”
“On the other hand, Dumbo's never really gotten a proper special edition release, so it's nice to see that big-eared elephant get some attention for once.”
“Goat sucker' actually a hairless coyote - CNN. com: SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) -- The results are in: The ugly, big-eared animal found during the summer in southern Texas is not the mythical, bloodsucking chupacabra.”
“With his stoop-shouldered bulk, his big-eared, homely mien, his aw-shucks grin and strangely profound malapropisms, Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra is among America's most beloved folk heroes, a sort of mascot for an earlier and more innocent age.”
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