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  • n. Plural form of arse-licker.


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  • If she'd been running for President with Mr Reach-across-The Aisle McCain as VP, she might have pulled it off, even against the might of the MSM Obama arse-lickers.

    Smoking Guns and the Morality of Parliamentary Privilege

  • Men are arse-lickers in the main (present blog company accepted of course)(Is it 'accepted' or 'excepted' in that turn of phrase?)

    I Also Insult Other Religions.

  • All in all he became the living embodiment of that old English socialism that was not anti-parliamentary but was always suspicious of what power - or the pursuit of it - could do to people whom he described as 'the backstairs crawlers and the arse-lickers of the Parliamentary Labour Party'.

    George Orwell: Voice of a Long Generation

  • I'm never short of a few arse-lickers, am I, Eddie?

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • It’s become a cliché that As hire As and Bs hire Cs, and since Bush was a proud C-student … well, it’s clear that his Texas entourage was made up of arse-lickers and incompetents whose defining characteristic.

    Matthew Yglesias » Distinctions


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