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  • n. Alternative form of Pierrot.

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  • Et un coup en matant des clip sur YouTube d'Angelo (le nouveau "pierrot" mais sans Aiji) je vois un clip de LMC (little fat man boy) ...

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  • A Hamper a Hamper, a small vine a great one, I will speak clear to you one true workday that never stops like Aristotle's subsystem - that old pierrot of regatta.

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  • I send you a virtual chocolate pierrot puppet for getting the joke.

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  • And even if the 1991 script, with its pierrot-show framework and routine political jibes, shows its age, it allows a strong cast to beef up a set of burlesque rustics.

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  • This "Tickler" brand uke is a one-of-a-kind fine art object which is entirely painted in oils on all sides by myself, Amy Crehore, with my trademark motifs: "The Banana Eater" image is on the back (from my "Monkey Love" series), a monkey and "little pierrot" combination are painted on the front.

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  • Comments hahaha, thanks for that, elizabeth. although i have to say french new wave cinéma leaves me cold i tried so hard not to fall asleep during pierrot le fou, to no avail, jean seberg is too damn cute in breathless although if i watched the film again i'd probably be dégouté by her accent, too.

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  • Notre Ryutaro bien propre en petit costume du debut nous revient avec une coiffure bizarre, une veste rouge petant et son masque de pierrot ...

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  • Again I remembered seaside holidays when I was a boy and the shows on the end of the pier, the girls in frilly skirts and pointed pierrot hats with bobbles on them, the whey-faced harlequin who did amazing contortions and the comic who got us all to sing 'Underneath the Arches', my feeling of excitement spiced with terror at the thought of being called up on to the stage.

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  • Bon sinon j'aime les truc doux aussi j'suis en rechute Plastic tree ... pis pierrot aussi quoique pierrot c moins doux quand meme mais j'me suis surpris a fantasmer sur JUN ouais JUN quoi c grave merde!!

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  • From Wikipedia: "The noticeable feature of Pierrot's behaviour is his naïveté, he is seen as a fool, always the butt of pranks, yet nonetheless trusting. Pierrot is also portrayed as moonstruck, distant and oblivious to reality."

    Often portrayed lovesick, playing mandolin, usually wearing a black skull cap and loose, white clothing

    September 18, 2008

  • Can be used as a verb. If one is Pierrotting, he is acting like Pierrot

    September 18, 2008