American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A man's high, tasseled boot introduced into England by Hessians in the 19th century.
“I wonder if Disney is going to dive into the whole 'paperbag' color thing and the bigotry that exists amongst some Blacks for those of a different shade?”
“This guy seriously can't act his way out of a paperbag.”
“I also was going to get the girls to make paperbag dresses but I ran out of time.”
“I picked the box of blossoms and the farm girl dumped them in a paperbag for me. when I got home I found that they had bad blossoms with a few fresh ones on top of the little boxes they had them in.”
“March 4, 2008 7: 22 PM monster paperbag said ... i've read this book and i'm utterly blown away .. one of the best books i've read in the last five years ..”
“I'm a parent and I say he put a paperbag over his head and drop trou!!”
“Carter's biggest problem is that he continues to associate with the loser leaders and activists in the Palestinian community, especially in the United States, who could argue their way out of a paperbag they are so incompetent.”
“But then again because of this pc environment, he's spared from listening to jokes about 79 year-old senile fucktards who can barely act their way out of a paperbag.”
“But I also am so tired of reading through anon. rantings that are carried from thread to thread like a hardly held together paperbag full of week old leaking chinese food. agh, I'm hungry.”
“I fink i can I fink i can…*breeves a few more times into da paperbag.”
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