Did you perhaps mean rookie?
- n. colloquial The buttocks.
- Possibly a diminutive in -ie from tuchus. (Wiktionary)
“I believe and so do thousands around the world believe that stanley "tookie" williams has done more good then bad.”
“He says, I believe and so do thousands around the world believe that stanley 'tookie' williams has done more good then bad.”
“November 29, 2005 at 10:14 PM yes it was a swedish politician who nominated "tookie" he said he wanted to raise the issue of the death penalty in america. i think wiki had a link about it but their page is pro the murderer so they probably took it off. also go to the ken and jon show and they have the author of the books on and she hangs up on them. i am black and i say killl him. i think death penalty is wr ong and it isnt a deterrent but i am sick of hollyhwood trying to run america.”
“July 5th, 2006 at 11: 17 am katy says: if for no other reason than tookie turned his life around to try to help others … lay denied any guilt and even played the “religion” card after his verdict was announced …”
“You know tookie williams is just like the men who repented on the cross before Jesus.”
“Arnold gives him clemency because even if tookie did those murders.”
“Jeremy, a William and Mary student, writes in my only other Stanley “Tookie” Williams post: how come you all seem to be picking on tookie. about his impending execution when no one that has posted anything on this page was not in the court room when his trial took place you didn't here the evidence. so dont comment about it.”
“Oh and another thing people talking about killing tookie because he may be a murderer.”
“Me buy more tookie!" he would say, swallowing the last crumb and hurrying up to the board counter with another "penny," which was a shell or a stone.”
“I mean, the guy decides that he doesn't like the Constitution, so he goes and introduces the Patriot Act without giving a rat's little tookie about anybody's opinion.”
Looking for tweets for tookie.