from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of butt.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of butt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A conspicuous hill or mountain, especially one that attracts attention by its isolation, or serves as a land mark: a name applied in the regions about the upper Missouri and west to the Pacific.
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So instead of "no does" - everyone should instead get off their fat old TV watchin butts and kill yotes!!!
The density in their butts is enough to change the orbit of the moon.
Some say that because, when trimmed, the butt is barrel shaped, and barrels were often called butts by English wine merchants.
That might save the webmasters’ butts from a legal showdown, but probably not the downloader, because let’s face it: If an army of well-funded lawyers wants to sue you, it will, technicalities (and you) be damned.
Others say that they are called butts because they were shipped in barrels.
Every single day after McCAin wins the GE I am going to send emails, letters and call the butts who pretend to be democrats in congress and ask them why they wanted someone without an ounce of sense to be president.
While we certainly have the best military, right now the Canadian dollar kicks our butts, which is why I accede to the half point.
Man, I never dreamed the power those things had, they just swashed us across the ground like we were skating, on our butts, that is.
I've been complaining about the fact that movies seem to always show girls breasts, but never anything of the male unless you count butts, which is lame.
Considering how long genre fans have had to await the return of much better series like Lost and Battlestar: Galactica on other tv networks, I say that a couple of months off to allow this shows fumbling writers to cool down and maybe pull their heads out of their butts is a good thing.
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