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  • n. Plural form of kiss-off.


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  • Can't you see it: He busts in just when Swift's warbling begins to hurt, and delivers to West a verse or two from "F--- You," the kiss-off to end all kiss-offs.

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  • And, I was most impressed that he even read Sander's suicide note, which is one of the greatest kiss-offs ever.

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  • Nor does "Ray" fall into hagiography: while it pays tribute to Charles's refusal to regard his blindness as a handicap, his activism and his seminal contribution to music, Hackford isn't afraid to show us his flaws: the many infidelities (it's said the Raelettes got their name because they had to "let Ray"), the heroin abuse, the kiss-offs to old friends for the sake of a more lucrative deal.


  • Bob Dylan - the scene in the documentary Don't Look Back where Dylan derails a challenge from his new rival is one of the great rock and roll kiss-offs.

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  • MJ: But what of the words that link the kiss-offs - the verses?

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  • Both videos are kiss-offs to Hollywood, both are contemptuous of the vanity and shallowness of fame, and each displays more of the singer's own vanity than she may realize.

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  • Solemn songs like "Hometown Glory" had many in the crowd openly crying while up-beat kiss-offs like "Cold Shoulder" had even the dragged-out boyfriends bobbing their heads.



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