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  • We can't afford to wait for the Prigs to lose their majority in the Parliament of Probity; we have the most raging hard-on that demands to be dealt with!

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  • We can't afford to wait for the Prigs to lose their majority in the Parliament of Probity; we have the most raging hard-on that demands to be dealt with!

    Outer Alliance Pride Day

  • Prigs and pedants, and hypocrites too, there are among them, no doubt — but there are also among them many stirred by an honourable ambition to do well for their country and themselves, and to two such men the reader is now requested to permit himself to be introduced.

    The Three Clerks

  • Those who defend the schools will, of course, say that these Prigs are the cases which the system failed to cure; they were not kicked, mocked, fagged, flogged, and humiliated enough.

    Surprised by Joy

  • But surely it is equally possible that they are the products of the system? that they were nor Prigs at all when they came to their schools but were made Prigs by their first year, as I was?

    Surprised by Joy

  • Prigs on their four bones should chop whiners I swear: [13]

    Musa Pedestris - Three Centuries of Canting Songs and Slang Rhymes [1536 - 1896]

  • Prigs, who was one of the most expert thieves of his time.

    Musa Pedestris - Three Centuries of Canting Songs and Slang Rhymes [1536 - 1896]

  • You'd ha 'swore Knight and Squires, Prigs, Cuckolds, and Pandors.

    Quaint Gleanings from Ancient Poetry

  • Puritans, those rather dull people who have always been the byword for those who are more popularly known as Prigs.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton

  • ` Do you think there's any pity in that crew of Godless, Vivisecting Prigs? 'cried this last king of romance.

    The World Set Free

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