whoopsie-daisy love

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  • Then, when the catty mainstream media discerned a silver lining for McCain in the storm -- it kept Bush out of the convention -- whoops, the presumptive nominee named Sarah Palin as his running (and soul) mate, and her lowball qualifications and whoopsie-daisy family values sent tremors through America's confidence in his judgment.

    Robert Koehler: Logical Consequences

  • Just point me towards the next celebrity whoopsie-daisy and empty cultural trend.

    joegood Diary Entry

  • The following week, a super-hushed whoopsie-daisy acted as an acknowledgment of the triumph this new people power, and she's on GMTV, lobbed on all the playlists and shafted up festival billings, seemingly taking the non-believers in the media by complete surprise.

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  • Then, when the catty mainstream media discerned a silver lining for McCain in the storm — it kept Bush out of the convention — whoops, the presumptive nominee named Sarah Palin as his running (and soul) mate, and her lowball qualifications and whoopsie-daisy family values sent tremors through America’s confidence in his judgment.

    Logical Consequences

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