- n. Plural form of laddie.
“Thumbing through the "laddies," as the Brits call magazines such as Maxim and Blender, readers suffer a dozen writers who can tell you which rock star is dating which model and how much bling-bling the latest rapper wears.”
“LATCH bottom attachments were the most difficult I have ever encountered, but this car isn't for carrying laddies.”
“LATCH bottom attachments were the most difficult I have ever encountered, but this car isn't for carrying laddies. "”
“Did ye have the wee laddies panting at your heels, or were ye shy and maidenly?”
“It's possible that these positions have switched positions in the time since our faithers were young laddies.”
““Mini-golf with the laddies over striking out with the ladies,” is what these pants express effortlessly.”
“One can wish that the lad shtick were subversive minstrelsy of a sort, an absurdist attack on unflattering male stereotypes, but more likely, and all pretend insensitivity aside, the laddies are sadly sincere in their embrace of buffoonery.”
“You know, ladies and laddies, I'm beginning to wonder if my source overseas might be right about a new pontifical council "Summorum Pontificum".”
“To paraphrase Abigail Adams, "don't forget the laddies".”
“Thank you Der Alte and randy for being good foes and companionable chaps - um, laddies.”
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