- n. Plural form of ex-boyfriend.
“The mothers of two ex-boyfriends heartily disapproved of our liaisons.”
“Sket" sites, where pictures of girls are posted by vengeful ex-boyfriends, often in compromising situations, are set up on Facebook and other networking sites, or the images are circulated on smart phone messaging systems, along with a request to give marks out of 10 for the "sket" or "bitch".”
“Romance, action, ex-boyfriends, and a last page that changes everything!”
“He and his friends are getting bored with their perfect little lives — the parties are trying too hard, the band is “recording” instead of playing gigs, and even the evil ex-boyfriends Scott fights are farming out the dirty work.”
“Premise: Zooey Deschanel decides to track down some of her ex-boyfriends and that brings her to reconnecting with Joel McHale.”
“I mean, Taylor Swift talks a lot about her ex-boyfriends.”
“Swift also deftly deflected a question about her penchant for writing songs about ex-boyfriends like John Mayer: "This is the third album I've done this, so they've had fair warning.”
“Former presidents, like ex-girlfriends and ex-boyfriends, tend to benefit from the rose-tinted glasses of our collective memory.”
“Snooki's pals, like Jenni "JWoww" Farley, and even a variety of ex-boyfriends are slated to make appearances.”
“Do we want to have our husbands 'and wives' ex-girlfriends and ex-boyfriends from 25 years ago or anybody anyone has ever met in their entire life, whether we like them or not, sending little secret messages in the background, like "How's married life, LOL"?”
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