- n. Plural form of thigh.
“I dreamified that my thighs was all– *looks at thighs*”
“To help guarantee the market for domestic poultry, the government recently introduced a provisional 98.8% tariff on imports of chicken legs and thighs from the U.S.”
“She remembered the defiance, the anger, the lawlessness of the moment she’d swiped that ticket book; she remembered feeling hopelessly trapped with nowhere to go but to her ailing mother; she saw her mother fall and heard her chip-thin thighs crack on the way down.”
“Michael got a call from his distressed wife to come home, but he made a short detour when Violet followed him to his car, made the first move (literally, her thighs were around him in rapid speed) and got him into the backseat before I could even yell Stop!”
“Wait ... this means my thighs are the same circumference as my skull.”
“The turkey turned out nicely browned and very juicy — only the thighs were a bit oily.”
“The turkey turned out nicely browned and very juicy—only the thighs were a bit oily.”
“Her thighs were an inconceivable white in the middle of all the muted grays and browns; her head was hidden so cleanly between her outstretched arms that for a moment it seemed to be missing.”
“Chugging water is healthy for your cells, but your thighs are another issue.”
“Testosterone stimulates fat deposits in the belly and inhibits it in the thighs, which is why men are typically apples, and estrogen inhibits fat in the belly and stores it on the ole thighs, which is why women are typically pears.”
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