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- noun humorous One who
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And Rock squeaked by another Homer Simpson maker-upper -- "Lance Uppercut" -- by a hair.
Post your proof, or once again, be branded a ‘maker-upper’ of nonsense…
Now, I am a big fan of glitter, and wear it all the time, being an extravagant maker-upper, so I double-tested the blues and silver
Just in case you had any remaining shred of a suspicion that inane Microtrend maker-upper Mark Penn might actually have some worthwhile advice about something, today he touts blogging as a good job opportunity.
He’ll make a superb replacement for Hamster McClellan as chief apologist/maker-upper of pure horseshit.