- n. Plural form of mascot.
“- The proceeding for the import of one or two mascots is free.”
“(Oh, and pictures of the mascots from the baseball game, too.)”
“The NCAA has effectively banned the use of "hostile and abusive racial/ethnic/national origin mascots, nicknames or imagery" at NCAA events.”
“Williams estimated about a dozen schools in Colorado have Indian "mascots" - a term defined in the bill as "a name, symbol or image that depicts or refers to an American Indian tribe, individual custom or tradition.”
“When we name mascots for our sports teams it is considered politically incorrect these days to use names like Braves or Indians because some Native Americans are offended by these terms.”
“You know every one of your mascots is a wild-eyed cartoon character with uncontrollable munchies.”
“Their mascots are a man and woman just like these, albeit in swimsuits - but in any case, with a single huge eyeball for a head.”
“If Native Americans wish to feel insulted by the mascots, that is a decision they make, but it is not an obvious or necessary one.”
“One of the mascots was the Webcam manatee, a man in a manatee costume rubbing himself in front of the camera with the song I touch myself playing in the background.”
“The mascots upset the Greek Society for the Friends of the Ancients which threatened to sue Athens organisers, claiming the revered names for the mascots were a mockery of ancients.”
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