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  • n. Plural form of fuckload.


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  • There _is_ salvageable material later on (though that, too, has to be rewritten), but I have what is clinically known as "fuckloads of new story" to write before I can get there.

    Book Day!

  • The privileged status of being a "publisher's writer" means fuckloads of money and not getting pulled up over turgid prose, rambling plots and just plain bad writing.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The first one brought out the misogyny and homophobia in heaping fuckloads, and now we're getting the sequel of that hot retrofuck mess.


  • While these lyrics showcase a top-notch wit ( "I want loads of clothes and fuckloads of diamonds / I hope people die while trying to find them"), there's little in the repetitive melodies that lingers in our heads after the punch line.

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

  • I find it genuinely bizarre people see it as "selling out" to take money of big businesses but entirely reasonable to create fuckloads of merchandise lines and take the money off your fans instead.

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • Allen's rich-bitch protagonist just wants to wear "fuckloads of diamonds"; the chorus is meant to be where Allen drives home her big point: "I don't know what's right and what's real anymore / I don't know how I'm meant to feel anymore."

    Rolling Stone : Rock and Roll Daily

  • Fuckloads of werewolves attack fuckloads of vampires, and they don't use guns this time, either (stupid first Underworld movie).

    The L Magazine - New York City's Local Event and Arts & Culture Guide

  • Popular and unpopular don't necessarily map to shit and shinola, of course, but in the world where Dan Brown sells fuckloads and Guy Davenport is out of print (to name two writers of a hypothetical but similarly spurious marketing category of History Fiction), is it any wonder that outsiders buy into a vision of SF with shit as the exemplar and shinola as the exception?

    Archive 2006-07-01


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