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  • n. Plural form of Elvis.


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  • Red Elvises/"200 Flying Girls." ♫ blip. fm/~1xfw6 #

    My God, It's Full Of Tweets!

  • "On this day we have a vampire wedding, then a Blue Hawaii wedding, then a Pink Cadillac -- that's where Elvis drives the bride down the aisle in an actual Cadillac, then a traditional wedding, then another couple of Elvises..."

    Paul Carr: The Strip Diary, Day Seventeen: I'm Not Elvis, I Just Play One at a Wedding

  • I'm also guessing that Tipper has had it up to here with the adoration and indulgence that all middle-aged Elvises require.

    Vicki Iovine: Girlfriends' Guide: Tipper and Al Separate: Congratulations to Them

  • I was such a popular destination table, I felt like a pink coconut Hostess Sno Ball in a sea of ravenous, fat Elvises.

    i know i am, but what are you?

  • Earbuds drowning out the boring world, she doodled little vampires with big red eyes all over her school notebooks and went to Eigamura, the old movie lot and theme park like the American Universal Studios! on Sundays to watch all the themed pop bands—the Elvises, the goths—queue around the entrance to dance and sing.


  • Are they named after my work, the way the Red Elvises seem to be?


  • Or maybe bring back the Flying Elvises from that other Nic Cage movie.

    Great Ideas of Our Time

  • Wading through this latest barrage of Elvis product, I met not one but several Elvises.

    Forever Elvis

  • Granted, it's the same hook as "Honeymoon in Vegas," but you can bet the serious fellow who brought you "Flashdance," "Fatal Attraction" and "9 1/2 Weeks" isn't going to stock his movie with flying Elvises.

    Hook, Lyne And Stinker

  • If you're not napping by the end, you may be forced to concede that "Indecent Proposal" didn't need flying Elvises after all.

    Hook, Lyne And Stinker


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  • "Plural form of Elvise."

    February 8, 2011