- n. Plural form of speedo.
- n. North America, Australia, New Zealand, usually plural A men′s tight fitting brief swimsuit.
- From Speedos ("trademark of the Speedo company"), which has become a generic name. (Wiktionary)
“The figure, sporting an impressive six-pack and tiny speedos, is climbing out of the lake and up onto the sun deck.”
“I laughed out loud at "edible undies" and "fat men in speedos".”
“Oh, and this particular trailer doesn’t show it, but the way Big Man Japan gets into his giant blue speedos is priceless.”
“Though the fact that you can see the bulge through his speedos is a real wood killer.”
“There were 3 outside pools 2 heated pools where people just generally sat and played chess and local guys wore speedos which is still a European thing but being European myself I didn't feel the urge to compile, the other being a 50 meter cold training pool where people were going up and down on.”
“speedos' photo, or as some searchers described them 'budgie smugglers'.”
“If they gotta do a Stretch Armstrong movie I hope Lautner runs around the whole movie in black speedos.”
“Robin and Namor gamefully try to make speedos work, but nobody gives them creativity points.”
“But with the return of cooler weather, it's time for the speedos and flip-flops to be put away, and Maison returns to its spiritual home in the chic basement environs of Napoleon.”
“This might not be a popular view, but I think Concealed Carry solves a great deal more problems than it solves unless you like wearing speedos while you carry.”
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