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“What makes the ad truly declasse is that Nelson wakes up next to his wife (or does he?) with the TV on.”
“I counted at least a half-dozen utterances in the pre-credits sequence, plus one "declasse" from Jim.”
“Yeah, and lots of tradespeople drive those declasse trucks, too. nt”
“Honestly - between giving the Queen an iPod (n.b. she already had one), giving the Prime Minister movie DVDs (not only incredibly declasse but also not in the European format, so COMPLETELY useless), comparing his bowling (in) ability to the "Special Olympics," and watching his wife make physical contact with the Queen of England, President Obama is certainly making a real splash on the international stage.”
“I am surprised to be defending it cuz its reputation is so declasse, but it has served me and my family well for a long time, and we started out with it cuz it was simpler and simpler for kids than some of the others.”
“But it would be declasse to reveal a dark thatch of hair at a black-tie event.”
“In any event, I do wish – humbly, to be sure – to submit that perhaps it is not wholly unreasonable to suppose that there are some (declasse or, alternatively, “arribistas”?) who move back and forth between Yahoo and Google.”
“The stoop may have had been a thing of grace then, but I use it in a manner many might consider declasse.”
“As I ate my habitual, declasse egg rolls and pepper steak, I learned words like xian, natural flavor, and xiang, fragrant flavor; cui, crispy, and ruan, velvety softness.”
“Is it declasse for me to go around and put giddy comments up on posts that mention my book?”
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