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- n. Alternative form of fuddy-duddy.
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Describing himself as a "fuddyduddy", he said that modern officers were not smart enough and he "hated fashionable stubble".
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, The Kinks, The Animals, The Lovin' Spoonful, The Byrds, et al, they all suddenly sounded a bit quaint and almost fuddyduddy.
Okay, so John McCain is way too much of a boring old eunuchy fuddyduddy for that to ever happen.
While many people focused on Obama's claim that he doesn't know how to use an ipod, that fuddyduddy!
I hate to say 'these kids today' ..., not because it makes me sound like an old fuddyduddy, but because it's not the kids 'fault.
First question: Who's the fuddyduddy on the Treasury copydesk who made the "We can't use leveraged as an adjective" call?
Call me a fuddyduddy, but I do think society has an obligation to protect the stupid when dealing with their life.
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