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  • proper n. A short form of the female given name Margaret.


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  • Marge is a freewill agent, but I hope daughter Lisa — protofeminist that she is — gives her a good what-for.

    Oh, Marge. Say it isn’t so « Dating Jesus

  • Marge is only the 1,251st most common name in the country but the third most common among women entering the contest.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Marge is as straight and plumb and as unbudgeable as a bar on a cell door.

    Lance Mannion:

  • By the way, I'm not saying you have to agree, but Marge is kinda funny and sexy.

    This bad dad needs to kick back with a few Duff beers

  • Homer: "Marge, is this a happy ending or a sad ending?"

    August 2006

  • Marge is the chief in Brainerd, Minn., still has bouts of morning sickness, eats all the junk food she can get her hands on, speaks in a 'you betcha' Minnesota accent where 'yeah,' pronounced ya, is volleyed like a refrain.


  • A highlight is when David dresses up as "Marge" - a needlepointing, advice-dispensing auntie - whenever Elisa needs cheering up.

    Emotional naggage in 'Girls Who Like Boys'

  • The most impressive thing about seeing Marge is just how healthy and graceful she still is (she’ll be 88 in the fall).

    Princesses « Dyepot, Teapot

  • If I don't find one soon, my mother's going to force me to call Marge to work cherries.

    eros-archer Diary Entry

  • This Friesian cow, more famously known as Marge, has a genetic predisposition to produce milk that is naturally low in fat, a breakthrough in bovine history.

    Cool Hunting


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