- n. Plural form of germ.
“The next step down for the Republicans, ladles and germs, is tho dispense with racial code words completely.”
“Is there a chance that the average band nerd could be infected with grave germs from a mouthpiece?”
“Never mind that removing germs is likely to be enough for the average homeowner, assuming he or she takes the time to wash the microfiber cloth properly afterward.”
““¿Más limpia?” she says, forgetting the word for germs.”
“For example, I would not believe in germs unless I could look down a microscope and see them.”
“Noel: “I would not believe in germs unless I could look down a microscope and see them.””
“Calling people germs is racism, and it was a favorite ploy of Adolph Hitler.”
“The explosions of the powder magazines had broken all the windows of the Chemistry Building, so that we were exposed to the germs from the corpses.”
“There are instants which seem to contain germs which shall develop and bloom forever.”
“The Libyan people chased the Libyan colonel like he said he would chase them... chased him into a sewage drain...and now your turn has come doctor, from the people you described as germs," the Syrian Revolution Facebook page said.”
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