Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of asstard.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We should just plain and simply blindfold these asstards and shoot them in the head.

    Yard Sailing

  • We should just plain and simply blindfold these asstards and shoot them in the head.

    Yard Sailing

  • He was more discussed and analyzed than any of those asstards on The Hills.

    HIGH BEFORE HOMEROOM

  • He was more discussed and analyzed than any of those asstards on The Hills.

    HIGH BEFORE HOMEROOM

  • People can be asstards sometimes … You heard me turn this damn thing off and finish up …

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Waiting for Harry Potter 7

  • The ONLY positive consequence of debunking these asstards is the hope of swaying an ignorant but intelligent third party.

    How can Science Fight Against This???

  • I was going to write something like "what is it with the asstards in my neighborhood?" but then I remembered that Christa has drive-by cranks, too.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • I was going to write something like "what is it with the asstards in my neighborhood?" but then I remembered that Christa has drive-by cranks, too.

    Excuse me, can you clean up after your SUV?

  • Or maybe it's because they're all shriveled little asstards.

    bluemeany Diary Entry

  • Cops at an Atlanta shopping center recently found a box of clothes covered in fake blood - and stupid_mcgee: would prefer an astronaut: Way to go asstards.

    Kotaku

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