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  • n. Plural form of pom-pom.


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  • Larger crowds, beer on tap, cheerleaders shaking their pom-poms, that sort of thing.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • I hadn't meant to turn it into a Joan Crawford moment, but when he stood in the hallway weeping into his hands saying, “I've lost my job,” I looked down at my Charles Jourdan pumps with the gold pom-poms and immediately went online and bought twenty Versace t-shirts.


  • You know how when you play a drum and you use the pom-poms and hit it real hard for a long time until you can't hit it any more, and then you stop?

    Whooping Cough

  • There were about 200 students in the audience, plus free bagels, volleyball coach Barry Goldberg and scattered cheerleaders with pom-poms.

    David Gregory, David Aldridge and Jeff Jones

  • The subjects dressed up in whimsical costumes, everything from a tutu, football helmet and bunny ears to an Indian headdress, cowboy hat and pom-poms.

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  • For their fall collections, such designers as Marc Jacobs, David Koma and Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy have indulged in Bunny-esque fetishism that includes binding body suits, furry pom-poms and other homages to kink culture.

    The Bunny Is Back

  • “You think my full potential is a … a set of pom-poms and a high kick?”

    Odd Girl In

  • He takes the pom-poms and starts up with Gimme a 'U'!

    Tom Ruprecht: Dick Cheney: Funny Guy

  • Finally I tossed him his old pom-poms from when he was a cheerleader and said, "Here, make yourself useful!"

    Tom Ruprecht: Dick Cheney: Funny Guy

  • They were waving their pom-poms, and screaming “traitor” at anybody that dared to question the wisdom of their retarded idol Chimpy McFlightsuit.

    Think Progress » Why George Washington would disagree with the right wing about health care’s constitutionality.


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