- n. Plural form of showoff.
“Macho wannabes and showoffs with no respect for others are perfect candidates for recruitment for the fascists.”
“Latest evidence that hackers are showoffs at heart: a Romanian coder, known as unu, has revived hacking for bragging rights as a headline grabber.”
“Not a year goes by when we don't hear nightmarish spring break stories: testosterone driven showoffs taking headers off of balconies, tipsy girls getting raped or abducted, coeds behaving badly on film.”
“Nobody likes showoffs or people who put things into "perspective.”
“Sometimes these showoffs turn into face-offs as is now the case with the New York offices of CBRE Group Inc. and Jones Lang LaSalle.”
“The showoffs were there- Dungeon Master Matt Strick and that nosepicker Greg Kuhn arrived in a corporate Maybach like a black lacquered speedboat dropping off a metric shit-ton of nose Splenda at a mob boss's shore house, pampered faces smoother than the rest.”
“Mabel was fetching while Emily was plain as a mouse, but that didn't stop either of them from being operatic and great showoffs.”
“It wouldn't surprise me if there isn't any such thing, that it's just some made-up idea for showoffs to brag about.”
“So it is with plants, evolving from the florid showoffs to more complex and sometimes subtle plantings.”
“Online sites also served as a stage for showoffs who wanted to make a scene by appearing naked on cam & saying obscenities to some people after entering their YMs uninvited, even send them obscene photos too.”
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