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“I make pantsloads of money doing that job. (for you accountants a pantsload is way more than a shitload approaching the rarified zone of stupid money) I tour the world, playing music, listening to people bang their hands together and shout merely because I deigned to show the fuck up.”
“Lets hope for all of us, Hoosier, that it remains an unexperiential analogy, where none of us is personally familiar with what it actually tastes like - akin to "Listening to John Kerry speak again is as painful as having a pantsload of live weasels clawing and gnawing at my flesh".”
“I kind of shake my head at calling Jonah Goldberg "the doughy pantsload", but I've already had the privilege of taking shots at his previous pronouncement on his fascism.”
“About 90% of the time, it's kids trying to sneak out of the shop with a pocketful of unpaid-for trading card packs, though there's the occasional person who tries to make his escape with a pantsload of Spawn comics real example, unfortunately.”
“I'd forgotten how shy he is in groups and how, especially around my friends, he's about as much fun as a pantsload of wet sand.”
“From the moment Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab's pantsload of PETN failed to detonate properly - which may mean the young Nigerian will have to sing soprano when he finally joins the heavenly choir - government officials and the media were united in their insistence that Mr. Mutallab's attempt to bring down Flight 253 on Christmas Day was an”
“Only then would you see a pantsload of regulations successfully keeping people from getting Alzheimers, cancer, ...”
“Myself, I’ve taken an active role in meetings where the topic — stated or unstated — was “We need to save a pantsload of money, and if that means we create less expensive ways to cover the news, then so be it.””
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