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  • n. Plural form of normie.


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  • As "normies" or healthy ones, we can't imagine how anyone can go down such a path that would deliberately obliterate everything that they/we hold so near and dear.

    Carole Bennett, MA: The Alcoholic/Addict's Art of Self Sabotage

  • Nice run through that may help the "normies" to tell scams on social networking sites. January 2010 Archives

  • The story takes us on a journey through the city before heading to the highways and roads strewn with abandoned cars and the 'normies' left over walking along them - King does a rather good job at presenting a realistic situation here.

    Cell by Stephen King

  • However, many "normies" find themselves eating too much, gambling, shopping to excess, etc ... because of boredom.

    Carole Bennett: Is Relapse Part Of Recovery?

  • The use of "normies" to describe legged people took me out of the world of the mer-people; to them, tails are the norm, and I'd rather see them use a word for legged people that reflected the centrality of their own society to themselves.

    HH Com 436

  • Coral's fiance Milo a tall, dark, handsome two-legged doctor is visiting from the world of "normies" above.

    12/24/2006 - 12/31/2006

  • And it sets unobtainable standards for us "normies". celebrity_news

  • The Wednesday dinner, to which Mr. Hathaway invites neighbors in recovery and even some "normies," is its semi-public face.

    NYT > Home Page

  • i was on this forum for a short bit but wandered off for a while. i think i really need to connect with other aspies as to gleen some wisdom in how to deal with the "normies". i may never be normal persae but i damn well better be a accomplished eccentric. anyways i look forward to futher interaction with my brethren

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • It is also revealed that there is a protected reserve in Maine called Kashwak where there is no cellphone reception (KASHWAK = NO-FO), and therefore a place of refuge for the normies.

    2010 February 09 « The BookBanter Blog


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