“Two decades ago, she moved to Massachusetts to become what she called a "fancy-pants professor at Harvard.”
“Really, dishes kind of stink too, especially after cooking fancy-pants dinners that require lots of pots and pans.”
“Without a hint of an accent, and carrying himself like a cultured city-boy, Jesse, a supposed farm worker-cum-grocery clerk, seems to have an endless supply of cash in his wallet (chained to his belt, natch), not to mention a fancy-pants camera (which might have also benefited from being chained down – it disappears during the story).”
“My less fancy-pants 89 cent Safeway Hot Dog buns, however, have the mystery code "JW 158" and "S8111.”
“Of course, I'd take Gehry over Modernist bores like Corbusier and Mies any day, whose own purportedly practical aesthetic frequently didn't work very well, relying on fancy-pants technology to solve problems inherited common-sense could have fixed from the get-go.”
“I still love those guys, been reading it since back when it was SliceNY and I still catch up with it every few weeks, but the over the top worship of fancy-pants pies gets a bit old after awhile.”
“For the frugal-minded readers, the total cost of all the ingredients I used (including the same fancy-pants olive oil I made the mix with) came out to $4. 21CDN.”
“Could Joe Biden's long-term skepticism of the newfangled, fancy-pants counterinsurgency techniques favored by retired General Petraeus now get traction?”
“Now all the other Jesus Freaks will mock him for having a pink Bible, like one of those fancy-pants Sodomites, and they'll have no choice but to stone him to death.”
“She moved on to Hollywood talent agency CAA, which she described jokingly that night as a "glorified temp agency for fancy-pants people.”
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Words or Sayings from the 1920's or whatever that no one really uses anymore (at least in that context).
Words about complication, complexity.
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