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  • proper n. Plural form of Guido.

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Examples

  • He said the only person to discuss the settlement with the Guidos was the judge, who asked if they understood the agreement, if they had any questions, if they had any health problems that might affect their decision-making ability and if they agreed to be bound by the settlement terms.

    Law.com - Newswire

  • And so, because Season 3 premieres today, and because we wanted to analyze the gender politics of over-sexed, artificially-tanned, Jäger-drunk "Guidos" everywhere and also because it's just funny we've put together a short video mash-up of the Jersey Shore males' obnoxious sh*t-talking, all the way from the zoo animal references to the war metaphors.

    WATCH: Jersey Shore's Guide To The Opposite Sex

  • And so, because Season 3 premieres today, and because we wanted to analyze the gender politics of over-sexed, artificially-tanned, Jäger-drunk "Guidos" everywhere and also because it's just funny we've put together a short video mash-up of the Jersey Shore males' obnoxious sh*t-talking, all the way from the zoo animal references to the war metaphors.

    WATCH: Jersey Shore's Guide To The Opposite Sex

  • Yea so the guys in yesterdays DD are known as "Guidos" and apparently thats a style thats popular in Jersey and Long Island.

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • Clublife: An Irish-American bouncer at trendy NYC danceclubs frequented by Italian-Americans "Guidos" as he calls them gives the inside story on his job.

    Clublife

  • The self-described "Guidos" and "Guidettes" of "Jersey Shore," MTV's breakout hit, have probably already set some kind of record for meaningless sex.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Geordies Sub for 'Guidos': MTV is exporting "smooshing" and GTL, or a reasonable facsimile, to the U.K.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Jersey Shore, in which a group of young American-Italians, who call themselves "Guidos" and "Guidettes", share an apartment with their hair gel for the summer on the New Joisey coast.

    The Guardian World News

  • The show's stars call themselves "Guidos" and "Guidettes" and generally promote every cultural stereotype of their shared ethnicity, from hair gel and "mommas boys" to steroid use and fake tans.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • And while the subjects profess a certain amount of pride in their ethnic heritage, they persistently refer to themselves and one another as "Guidos," a term that in previous generations was a derogatory nickname for Italian-Americans, many of whom still consider the term to be offensive.

    NYT > Home Page

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