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  • adj. Wearing a bowtie.


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  • Housing Complex reporter Lydia DePillis finds out that the bowtied one's stances on two pieces of legislation in particular.

    DeMorning DeBonis: July 30, 2010

  • Well, since the ccc has an eggshell "hat" that is the same color as the bowtied monstrosity, could it be the first incredibly lumpy egg he sits on?

    Chick Chicky Boom

  • Scarborough and his and formerly be-bowtied colleagueTucker Carlson are unabashed conservatives, Keith Olbermann has been waxing liberal in his series of Special Comments and Chris Matthews will go after anyone he pleases.

    Jamie Frevele: The New Adventures of Old MSNBC

  • I understand that proximity to Dr. Nokes causes 100% of subjects to at least consider the bowtied look.

    Idiocy as Disease

  • Imag­ine a pro­fes­sor (well … maybe a young-ish grad­u­ate stu­dent) going through the same sce­nario in 2005 — sans dorky bowtied assis­tant of course.

    Yet Another View of the Future « Snarkmarket

  • The infuriating bowtied man who hurts America actually has smart things to say about The Obesity Crisis, Egads!

    stuff to do...

  • Fred Barnes and Tucker Carlson may think that the entire country believes that loudmouthed, bowtied dough boys are sex symbols, but in the world that real people inhabit Springsteen, Eminem and Sheryl Crow are just a little bit more uh...familiar.


  • Playboy storage cases embossed with the famous bowtied bunny, which sit on wooden shelves held up by cinder blocks. Site Feed

  • Outside, bowtied bumkissers will be chanting in unison, "Hey hey ho ho, Globe-a-phobia's got to go."

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  • West paid tribute to bowtied Michael Jackson as he performed within what looked to be an over-sized tanning bed while his band turned even the sparest

    Pitchfork: Latest News


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