- n. Plural form of douchebag.
“From my experiences with the administrations of and school boards over public schools in Louisiana, "douchebags" is the nicest, most efficient description that the child could have used.”
“And those douchebags from the McCain camp, are they spreading rumors about Palin's ignorance about Africa and NAFTA because Palin didn't abort her baby?”
“But goddamn, seeing Jon Stewart at his absolute best running circles around cable news douchebags is almost as good:”
“Torturing people, even douchebags, is no substitute for good policy and 9-11 happened on Bush’s watch after he’d been on vacation (with the Federal government basically in hibernation) for an entire month previous to the attack.”
“Penn kid: I was going to ask if Penn kids can stop acting like entitled douchebags, but I guess you `”
“In 2009 Snooki scored huge when she was chosen for the opening season cast of Shores having earlier made an appearance on "Is She Really Going Out with Him," the story of "sweet girls" and the "douchebags" they date.”
“They are called "douchebags," and even their own terriers want to relieve themselves on their legs.”
“I have no vested interest in promoting that blog, but I love the wordsmithing, almost as good as your " They are called "douchebags," and even their own terriers want to relieve themselves on their legs.”
“Personally, I wouldn't go back to California, because there are people there I would call worse than "douchebags".”
“LoMonte, of the Student Press Law Center, said the only other appellate decision on the matter concerns a Connecticut high school junior punished for calling school officials "douchebags" in her blog.”
Looking for tweets for douchebags.