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  • noun Plural form of narcissist.

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  • Memoirs, autobiography, lifestyle op-ed columns - these have been around for a very long time, and while some such writers, I'm sure, are called narcissists, most of them have probably not had the unique pleasure of being called crazy, zombified pimps.

    Archive 2008-04-20

  • Memoirs, autobiography, lifestyle op-ed columns - these have been around for a very long time, and while some such writers, I'm sure, are called narcissists, most of them have probably not had the unique pleasure of being called crazy, zombified pimps.

    Crazy Narcissistic Exploitative Zombie-Pimp Mom-Bloggers, Unite and Take Over

  • Terrorists can be phenomenologically described as narcissists in a constant state of deficient narcissistic supply.

    Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

  • July 19th, 2009 5: 54 pm ET also, the op-ed shows further an extraordinary lack of healthy boundaries, which is common in narcissists. he is speaking in the royal "me" to the global we of people of the state of s.c. and the entire country, and in ways that are instantly intimate and creepy. i think in the end its always the hypocrisy that grosses people out. the republicans really need to get him to stop, its scary

    Chair of S.C. Dems responds to Sanford's Op-ed

  • BETHANY MARSHALL, PSYCHOANALYST: I think she and Howard Stern are what we call complementary narcissists, meaning that they have the unique individual attributes of narcissists, but that ` s blossomed once they got together, so they feel that they ` re special, unique, above the law.

    CNN Transcript Dec 28, 2006

  • BETHANY MARSHALL, PSYCHOTHERAPISTS: I think she and Howard Stern are what we call complimentary narcissists, meaning that they have the unique individual attributes of narcissists, but that ` s blossomed once they got together.

    CNN Transcript Oct 26, 2006

  • Leach calls tweeters 'narcissists' who need mirrors.

    Statesman - AP Sports

  • I think the word I'm groping for here is "narcissists":

    Hullabaloo

  • California may have the best weather in the world, along with quick access to either the mountains or ocean - it will always be one of the best places to live - but Joel was correct saying how a few people ( "narcissists") and politicians have screwed it up.

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  • Mike Leach clearly talks too much and has a really short fuse when it comes to his players (he's said that his players were wrong to listen to their "fat little girlfriends", he banned the players from having Twitter pages when one player tweeted that Leach was late to a team meeting because Twitter is just for "narcissists" anyway) - times like that that I'm happy our coach does not talk to the media at all, and mostly just goes batshit psycho on referees.

    growing up sucks.

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