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“Blue dog dems are nothing more than republicans in donkey's clothing because they know the republican party is no more ...”
“What people don't learn, though, is that free speech doesn't prevent you from looking like a donkey's behind.”
“But that act also allows Barkley to do things on-air like kiss a donkey's rear end.”
“Re: the Bible, I remember in Sunday school, how they told us the Samson killed like 30 guys with a donkey's jawbone.”
“Given that last season returned their lowest league position in donkey's years, perhaps we should say that, rather than footballers are not very clever, clever people are not very good footballers.”
“Eh? You'd rather be the donkey than the donkey's owner.”
“The Montana spill should be "the straw that breaks the donkey's back" on Keystone, said Susan Casey-Lefkowitz , director of international programs for the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental group.”
“As it is, Richard Williams has pinned the tail very firmly on the donkey's arse in this particular case.”
“One version has a Sun reporter getting to the donkey's owner first, buying the beast and leaving it in a farmer's field while he went and had a meal.”
“I reached forward and stroked the donkey's muzzle.”
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Mostly, the cant words come from my reprint of Francis Grose's 1785 dictionary of 'The Vulgar Tongue', while the more modern slang has been found at various online sources, e.g. this online diction...
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