- n. Plural form of ninny.
“The reason we are not inundated with ninnies from the U.S. is because they are afraid to come here.”
“ninnies" -- young men who had nothing to do, old men who could find nobody better.”
“GOD what kind of ninnies do they have running that network anyways?”
“Everyone who encourages the opponents by booing their team while that team still holds the lead only gives hope and encouragement to the opposition, demonstrating that you are weakling losers, the kind of ninnies who will turn on your own in a heartbeat, whenever the going gets rough.”
“Is that all they got, b*tching and complaining like a bunch of nursing home ninnies?”
“Boobs don't have brains; they are ninnies, all harmless window dressing.”
“In Iowa the eco-ninnies created a law saying you can not create a new landfill on any land appropriate for Farming corn.”
“When you're 11, you can think of nothing more embarrassing than standing in the dressing room at the Marshal Fields while some old woman, who reeks of Estee Lauder and moth balls, pokes and prods at your newfound ninnies.”
“If you really want to decrease or eliminate abortions, find something more proactive to do than line the streets with ninnies holding signs and "pictures".”
“It's so disheartening to suffer the psychological crush of living in a country where bullies, ninnies and feebs are calling the shots, their chests puffed out as they strut and bloviate and just plain hate, to open the media tap and see a nation reveling in lowbrow pursuits, vilifying intellectualism and otherwise fetishizing mediocrity and I don't just mean network television.”
Looking for tweets for ninnies.