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- n. Plural form of simoleon.
- n. Money.
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- n. informal terms for money
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The former George W. Bush Deputy Chief of Staff has said further that he intends to raise $50 million simoleons to pump into races across the land.
“I heard it was five hoojillion zillion simoleons!”
McCain, who married the multimillionaire beer heiress Cindy Hensley after a whirlwind extramarital affair, told the crowd how fortunate he was that "she's easy on the eyes and sloppin over with simoleons from giggle water".
But I did work as an assistant manager in a gourmet food shop once and it was apparent to me just implicitly that if you paid the boss a gazillion simoleons even though the business was struggling to keep from going under by cutting product and/or services as well as employee salaries and jobs, that was bad business and the boss was incompetent.
(A nuclear plant costs a whopping 30,000 simoleons, produces 1,500 units of power and zero emissions, but reduces the happiness of nearby citizens nonetheless.)
IN ONE OF MICHAEL JORDAN'S ANI-mated commercials for Nike, the sneaker company presented him with a cartoon check for a sum of 1 bazillion simoleons.
From such synergy, the ad snickers, the simoleons flow forth in buckets.
That is a lot of simoleons, especially considering Warner's couldn't flog Jordan sneakers because, well, such a venture was already bringing home the buckets elsewhere.
The TSO simoleons got rapidly devalued when they were gold-farmed on ebay and the game became "not fun" once billionaires could buy up all the lots and grief everybody.
You can even break the dollar up into all kinds of odd-ball credits, tokens, simoleons, whatever with psychologically compelling, hard to divide prime, "breakage" sizes like $1USD = 313$R, or whatever.
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