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  • We use our contracts as fans and still get good and sweaty (will it be a lovely TV glow, or flopsweat?) before being herded inside.

    'Top Chef D.C.': Behind the scenes

  • | Reply | Permalink god, i love the smell of flopsweat in the afternoon. smells like ... annihilation!

    Polls: McCain's Pennsylvania Push Stalling Out

  • The constant flow of flopsweat must ruin your "hard work" clothes.

    Balkinization

  • Kevin Nealon may have squirmed in the "Update" chair-you could see the flopsweat trickling from his brow-but at least he tried.

    Dear 'Saturday Night Live': It's Over. Please Die

  • The panic now emanating from the White House is not that of a man watching a chance to realize his deeply held ideals for a better world slipping away from him; it's just the flopsweat of a guy trying to stay perched on top of the greasy pole for another term.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • (Your own tears can be substituted for the flopsweat if desired.) @Ed Dravecky (#3): darn it, Ed, you made me look at Love is … When will this strip end?

    Blogtimore, Hon

  • For authenticity's sake, make it a cocktail of rot-gut whiskey and Ensure with just a hint of flopsweat.

    Blogtimore, Hon

  • Along with a bunch of EPK level featurettes that do little to limit the film's flopsweat, we are stuck with one of the more unnecessary releases of the last few months, a meaningless return to a long forgot (potential) franchise.

    PopMatters

  • You can smell his desperation like rancid flopsweat …

    Think Progress

  • You normally have to go to the downmarket rooms in Atlantic City or Reno to get this kind of pure flopsweat.

    Five Tool Tool - The Sports Blog That Loves You Back

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  • Nervous perspiration, a notable feature of the character Ted in Scrubs.

    June 3, 2007