- n. alternative spelling of party pooper.
“Also, she kinda had the same party-pooper energy as her daughter.”
“But there was no point in staying, and no point in being a party-pooper.”
“Look, I don't want to be a prude or come across as the predictable religious party-pooper.”
“I don t want to be a prude or come across as the predictable religious party-pooper.”
“This is part of an ongoing fanatical secular assault that seeks to portray religion as a giant party-pooper, hell-bent on crushing any pleasure in sex and reducing copulation to nothing more a cold and sterile act of baby-making.”
“Not to be a party-pooper, but interspersed with the sweet moments of recovering and sharing lost time with my son, there are serious matters to consider.”
“Always the party-pooper, always a drag, ever the least welcome guest at any table he sups at, people flee for the far horizon fearing the touch of his scythe or, more often, the very notion that he actually exists, that he's coming …”
“I call this characteristic the "party-pooper trait," as grim people seem to be unhappy or angry about everything.”
“Yet somehow, because everyone had been willing Watson to win the most astonishing golfing victory of them all ( "Even I was rooting for Tom," Cink said, albeit in jest, on the David Letterman show back in America) it has been Cink, in his vivid Kermit-green shirt and hat, who has been cast as the ultimate party-pooper.”
“She must always question, even in good times, the industry's direction or actions, not worrying about being the party-pooper.”
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