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  • n. Plural form of candy-ass.


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  • Don't you know we still need your candy-asses over there?

    Lance Mannion:

  • The minute that so-called liberals stop pooping out gummy bears and jolly ranchers, I'll stop calling them candy-asses.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • They could be controlled by sufficiently severe punishments for wrongdoing, but the candy-asses of America don't have the balls for that, so pay up or shut up!

    Obama: Banks 'don't get it'

  • Several of the people who live in my building are reporters, and I occasionally ask them -- in a much nicer way than I will express here -- why their more famous colleagues are such candy-asses, but they claim not to know.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The BMC calendar is legal -- even without Ford's blessing -- and when you protect yourself from legal liability by shutting it down, you incur PR liability by seeming like a bunch of candy-asses who can be bullied into submission by a memo from some white-shoe legal goon from a Fortune 100.


  • Steve has labeled millions of christians as being "candy-asses", which certainly looks to me like an expression of contempt for their religious convictions.

    The Memory Hole

  • While I might have had a little of the Right Stuff, there were legions of others who had it in abundance, pilots who would make the likes of Alan Shepard and John Glenn look like candy-asses.

    Riding Rockets

  • I'll tell you why -- they were a bunch of Hugh Grant watchin ', Michael Bolton listenin' nancy-boy candy-asses.

    The Sudden Curve:

  • They are driving you back, and you bunch of candy-asses are just taking it.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • If the election were held today I'd vote for Edwards, but I'm hoping Gore runs and am open to being wooed by Clinton or Obama, should they decide to stop sounding like candy-asses and doing anti-video game violence appearances with Lieberman.

    Why Barack Obama might not run.


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