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In Fleet Street he was known as a writer upon whom a sub-editor could depend; a furnisher of what got to be called "buppy" -- matter which is paid at
The "buppy" of old days he still writes occasionally, but he no longer signs it in full.
Again, to you nod remember dat ubstardt buppy Senesino, and the goxgomb Farinelli?
"My pizzness!" ejaculated the thing, "vy vat a low bred buppy you mos pe vor to ask a gentleman und an angel apout his pizziness!"
Russell is a buppy focused more on these tools instead of taking care of his kids.
He is just another yuppy (in his case buppy) presiding over inertia.
ET, yellow collar attempted to woo me by snuggling with purple collar's buppy -- I'm talking tail in the face -- while having his (or her) head under the giant pumpkin pillow and his (or her) paw on the tennis ball.
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