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  • n. Plural form of buttinsky.


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  • February 5, 2009 @ 4: 03 pm oh, the buttinskys were there long before reproductive choices were widely available, i’m sure. that might be why they are so enduring.

    In which I make myself unpopular. « A Bird’s Nest

  • Raymond had taken his place by her side, and he maintained it there masterfully though two or three other boys tried to include themselves in the class president's group -- "buttinskys," Raymond termed them.


  • New England missionaries in Hawaii are 'nerds' and 'buttinskys.'

    History With Wisecracks

  • Anyhow, Ratto suggested that "a bunch of league officials and other low-level buttinskys" will pressure NL manager Charlie Manuel to select Strasburg, and that "even if Manuel thinks this is a bad idea, he'll be overruled by some marketing yutz who has a master plan for moving" Natstown "shmata."

    Strasburg to the All-Star game?

  • The Italian government has told the U.N. and its presumptuous buttinskys to go to hell, and to hell they should go.


  • Its like a Who's who of liberal baby boomer buttinskys.

    One man's "justice nerve" is another man's "collectivist nerve."

  • I think they tend to view parents as buttinskys, as part of the past generation, as a problem.

    Two Steps Ahead of the Thought Police

  • But generally, jagoffs tend to be loud, know-it-all, self-aggrandizing buttinskys.

    The Full Feed from

  • The former is one of those buttinskys with an apparent urge to save Jack's soul, although Clooney's furrowed brow is the only outward indication that Jack's is in any jeopardy. Top Stories

  • Sure they're both big-time buttinskys, but this month top honors go to the top cop who busted

    Libertarian Blog Place


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