- n. Plural form of innuendo.
“Jones on the new Two and a Half Men 4. Men is notorious for its racy jokes and sexual innuendoes, but Jones has never asked his castmates or producers to explain the adult humor to him — even if they wanted to.”
“As John noted, both networks '"journalists" used the rallies as an occasion for childish sexual innuendoes -- in the case of MSNBC, the same obscene teabag "joke" was repeated 51 times in a 13-minute segment.”
“What I haven't seen reported amid all the innuendoes is this important line in the fine print of the news release about the condoms: "Crown Jewels Condoms of Distinction are a novelty product and may not be suitable as a contraceptive or barrier against sexually transmitted diseases.”
“In Italy, where for years Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has regularly made sexual innuendoes and jokes, the premier's recent trial on charges of paying an underage girl for sex—charges he denies—has prompted women's groups to protest what they call the male establishment's demeaning attitude toward women.”
“Mr Hamilton has also reportedly made passes and sexual innuendoes towards two boys ages 13 and”
“Where do these braindead, on-the-gov't payroll thieves, domestic terrorists, good for nothing spreaders of lies, fears, and innuendoes find the time AND money for this tripe, but can't seem to lift a finger to help anyone BUT themselves and their cronies? harold”
“At this point in the political game, they are masters of lies, innuendoes, do nothings, name calling, incites of all varieties, but my favorite "The Party Of NO".”
“She shows up when she wants, her book is nothing but a vindictive lashback at everyone she ever perceived 'hurt' her, she poses for pictures then calls the same pictures 'sexist' ... how long does the list of faux pas, bloopers, and innuendoes have to get before this person is revealed as the self-centered person she really is?”
“Over the last few days they have run a co-ordinated campaign of smears and innuendoes almost Goebbelsian in its mendacity against Carwyn Jones.”
“One particular scene in which the pussy-fixated Mrs Slocombe and the camp Mr Humphries exchange their familiar English innuendoes in German has a surreal madness.”
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