- n. Plural form of mini-me.
“And now the Canadian troupe are staging their own al fresco hoedown in Hyde Park, preceded by their British mini-mes, Mumford & Sons, as well as the brass-led, Balkan-tinged drinking songs of Beirut.”
“Let's watch the dems use this to detract from health care, the economy, and the fact that one of their favorite community organizations (ACORN) is trying to help prostitutes with mini-mes get housing in order to set up brothels.”
“Was it when parents started seeing children as a "project" to enhance their status, mini-mes that could be coaxed, stroked and bribed into success?”
“* Newest issues -- virtual items, machinima, mini-mes right of publicity issues.”
“May 14, 2008 at 12:06 am mai mini-mes poop rainbowz”
“All we are mourning is the potential of a person, not an actual person, but the idea of one, usually the idea of our fantasies and how we would want or expect our mini-mes to end up.”
“The parade of mini-mes also seems to be a trend among non-celebrities who are buying designer wear for their kids, much to the delight, no doubt, of luxury houses that have expanded to include tiny sizes.”
“When Rachel was working with Nicole Richie and Lindsay Lohan years ago - and making them into mini-mes - she caught a lot of flack, and it ended quickly.”
“Jordan isn't the only one who wants to create a world of mini-mes”
“This week there was lots of talk about mini-mes Suri Cruise and Princess Tiaamii being allowed to wear make-up.”
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