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“I really do love a good neckerchief—for me it's an easy-breezy alternative to the bow tie.”
“The quick ascent of easy-breezy groups such as Tennis shows that, from one decade to the next, the indie rock landscape has barely shifted beneath our espadrilles.”
“To minimize our emotional vulnerability, many of us have found easy-breezy read: "safe" ways to express our affection: "Lots of love.”
“Koren Shadmi for The Wall Street Journal Given my own reputation both cultivated and real, it was strange that I'd never been to Key West, an off-the-grid asylum for weirdos and outcasts, drug smugglers and literary types, who sank into the hard-living but easy-breezy local vibe, often fatally, as if it were quicksand.”
“While I continue to look for and always find Silver Linings in every day, I don't want to give the impression that, for one second, this is easy-breezy.”
“But like Shaun White, who makes double corks on a snowboard look easy-breezy, the simple appearance of this dress hides a great deal of hard work and complexity.”
“It's a traditional hymn that nudges Nelson out of his easy-breezy comfort zone, placing those warm, generous pipes in an eerie new context.”
“We hold hands through the easy-breezy days and hug through the rough ones.”
“Given the controversial subject, how did Mr. Moon become associated with an easy-breezy fashion designer known for flirty dresses and artistic prints?”
“It's a game you can't win," Brown pontificates from his beach chair, singing with an urgency that contradicts the song's easy-breezy moral: "Enjoy the ride.”
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