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  • For dessert, I couldn't resist the "wicked pissah" cupcakes, which combined salty peanuts with chocolate and dulce de leche:While Cooper was all over his bread pudding, which came with a side of fantastic black pepper ice cream:Overall, it was a memorable meal and one we'd definitely like to repeat.

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  • I'll be buying ABANDONED PRAYERS this week and A WICKED SNOW (wicked pissah!) when it is available.

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  • I cannot speak the thing that is not – this the first NMB I qualify for is wicked pissah.

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  • Blogging Tory co-founder and conservative brain trust Stephen Taylor thinks this is just a wicked pissah of an idea:

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  • You should blast over to the Glyphblog to check out the baseball cards; they are as we say up here wicked pissah.

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  • Droolworthy – and Gfeller Casemakers offer some other wicked pissah leather goods.

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  • So, will this show be a wicked pissah or the chicken bawm?

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  • A quick, mildly sycophantic shout-out to the "powers that be" here in Phoenix - Land: This year's Miracle on Tremont Street was nothing short of a wicked pissah powerhouse bill.

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  • Unless this is a move to get transplanted New Englanders into Wrigley so we can hear annoying accents - "that Kevin Mill-ah is still wicked pissah in the field."

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  • Phoenix-Land: This year's Miracle on Tremont Street was nothing short of a wicked pissah powerhouse bill.

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  • Massachusetts for "pisser." Mean something great or excellent. Most often heard in the phrase "that's a wicked pissah."

    December 30, 2007