- n. alternative spelling of cross-dresser.
“Isn’t it called a crossdresser when the person dresses up like the opposite gender?”
“It could be interesting, but at what point do we wonder if Hoover's life will be completely fictionalized to fit the crossdresser/gay mold?”
“They run into the crossdresser they met earlier (LOL @ July attempting to smile xDD).”
“Apparently, Norio is the crossdresser s son (haha, what a coincidence).”
“They then meet a crossdresser and Hei pretends that Suou and July are his siblings.”
“I feel their eyeballs gawking/ I look better with my high heels on", sings Danny Todd, perhaps referring to a working girl or a crossdresser.”
“Mr. Tully plays the prodigal, hirsute and nearly mute football hero Cornelius Rawlings , who returns to the family farm and his misfit brothers: Amos (Onar Tukel), a recluse who exorcises demons in grotesque illustrations, and Ezra ( Robert Longstreet ), a religious nut and crossdresser who flutters about like an obsessive mother hen.”
“Rhino, I was distracted by that strange crossdresser with the machinegun.”
“He has no clue how high the turnout can be and thus his numbers are based on invalid assumptions of what Kerry was able to achieve with votes and the false premise that Romney (the mormon) or Guiliani (the crossdresser) would pull the same number of votes as Bush.”
““Transgender,” “transvestite” and “crossdresser” apply only to women in athletic supporters; women in wide underwear; women wearing fake beards and mustaches for other than comedy; men in bras and bra forms; men in narrow tailored underwear; and anyone wanting sex change surgery.”
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