- n. Plural form of kneepad.
“She should have a warmer shirt on, maybe boots and kneepads.”
“The GOP's working on its second set of kneepads after burning thru the first set with the health insurance industry.”
“Take off the kneepads and get out from under the insurance industry's desk you bought-and-paid-for half-a-man.”
“Did the GOP fail to ship her their standard-issue corporate wh-re kneepads? katiec”
“And somehow survived riding my bicycle all over with nary a helmet nor kneepads, climbing jungle gyms built over concrete, swimming in lakes without lifeguards, and other such horrifically dangerous endeavors.”
“But their gold-embellished kneepads truly couldn't protect them here.”
“Timbers will have to get their kneepads on and kiss LLP's ring if they want to use that field.”
“And you can bet that anyone other than the almighty Timbers will have to get their kneepads on and kiss LLP's ring if they want to use that field.”
“Even the use of kneepads will be taken as a subtle sign of disrespect because traffic stops and searches are not about your comfort — they are about punishing badguys.”
“Forget figure-skating: these fast-gliding girls are both aggressive and self-expressive, so expect fishnets and nose rings alongside the kneepads and helmets.”
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