from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A pill or tablet containing methaqualone.
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- n. Sound, noise, clamor
- n. A pill containing the drug methaqualone
- n. A model of car
If Polanski did anything wrong, and some, I think, would even say he did not, he should be forgiven for a single folly, committed way back in the 'lude' and hot-tub heyday of 1970s Hollywood debauchery.
The word "lude" appears twice and is left unchanged.
Or how about "love is like the lions tooth". hehehe ... (ironically that was the name of a book of poetry that was taken away from me by a teacher in grade school, because she thought it had a 'lude'context.
There's a certain niche for the ridiculous, lude comedy, and I think the Harold and Kumar movies fit nicely into that niche.
Damn! There goes my Pulitzer prize-winning idea of a guitar-playing alcoholic demon who's depressed in his cubicle job, runs a corrupt hedge-fund in his free time, and is addicted to mescaline while popping the occasional 'lude.
BUT then I want Barney Frank to resign because he was caught with all of his boyfriends in a lude act.
The last time I checked 2D screens out number 3D screens in America by more then a few thousand. lude
The sexually lude and elicit behavior the teachers in the New York Post story engaged in is what is inappropriate.
There are far more lude and inappropriate visuals seconds away on the very computer we all are reading this on, that if a fully clothed booth babe is of grave concern, lock out Field and Stream's web site so the aforementioned young girls can't see the naked fish either.
Hello awaiting liberalization by Cnn. Back these lude statements up with some empirical evidence.
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