- n. Plural form of coinkydink.
“Actually those are two different friends of mine - chorale and MS - but the coinkydinks sure piled up in a hurry!”
“In wun ob tohse freekee “art reflekting life/IRL mirroring ICHC” coinkydinks: Ai wus juss in Borders teh bukshop an tym-steeler, bying burfdai cards, wen Ai sor, syd by syd, nekst to ee chudder an bofe togevver…..a card wiv a kitteh, waering a burlgr mask, AND a card wiv a ppinny gig, waering a trilby hat!”
“The music listed below is one of those weird coinkydinks of iTunes's shuffle play that happens sometimes....”
“Donna's paternal grandmother, whom we called Grandma Sweetie Pie, was also born 100 years ago today -- which has nothing to do with Theodore, of course, but this strikes me as one of life's sweet coinkydinks.”
“The coinkydinks between your life and mine are getting downright spooky, Ian.”
“But I would also say, too, that he should really be sensitive to the fact that while his life is on the line here, that the jury, family members of the jury, will see these coinkydinks (ph), as Anne said correctly, I think, as efforts to play to them and to seek their sympathy, and it could very badly backfire on him.”
“It was one of those little karmic coinkydinks that bring joy to weirdos like me.”
“The media loves to ignore these little coinkydinks.”
“Although the show is always careful to change enough details to claim its fictional plots' resemblance to real life stories are coinkydinks, media outlets are claiming an upcoming episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" is indeed about the Arnold-Maria-Maid love triangle.”
“cosmic forces or just one of those silly coinkydinks?”
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