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  • adj. Italian, usually in reference to an Italian American or Italian American culture.

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Examples

  • I tried to explain this, but Lenora said her husband insisted that “Eye-talian” cooking was full of aphrodisiacs, like oysters were, reportedly.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • Learned it from one of the Geniuses up in Maryland, a gen-u-wine Eye-talian by the name of Joe Tassoni, said Murphy.

    VELOCITY

  • One of the crazed old white guys is an Eye-talian Cathalick oneatauther crazed old white guys is a Jewboy.

    Obama Campaign: McCain Is A Reckless Hothead

  • I don't know what that means, but it sounds Eye-talian to me.

    falcon hears the falconer

  • I wuz chasin liddl mousies by a krisal blue Eye-talian streem

    pleez tell me you see dem too.. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • We had a gye playin teh akkordion an singin Eye-talian sawngs, an dat wuz wun uv em!

    = 3.14159 - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • So Friday night, Craw and the Kid and I went out for some Eye-talian food.

    Manly Manliness, Plus the Ambassador

  • We have the sarcastic white voice near the downtown office buildings, the Indian who sounds like "Apu" outside the convenience store, the clipped Cajun accent by the dockside, and the intimidating Eye-talian voice from the dumpsters in the shady alleyway.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • There will be an art studio space in one corner for Shrimp, and in the opposite corner will be a giant espresso machine, one of those Eye-talian ones, along with an industrial-size KitchenAid mixer, like Danny has, for me to make coffees and bake treats for whomever wants to come over and hang and do art and be all salon-ness but never FAB-u-lous.

    shrimp

  • Which ‘great big Eye-talian’ with a connection to Miracle had I recently encountered who was just preparing to shut up his house and leave for the Continent?

    The Vesuvius Club

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