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  • P.S. To Serena, the whole “daddy doesn’t love me” schitck is really getting old and stop pouting!

    'Gossip Girl' recap: Chuck and Blair try to outbid and outbed | EW.com

  • She needs to shut up because I really don't think there are too many people out there who believe her schitck anymore!!

    Palin slams Senate health care vote

  • I dawns on me that I was being literal about the setup to schtick when I should have just said, "Good schitck, Lance."

    The tragedy will not be twittered

  • The novel as a whole makes a salutary counterexample to those who think Nabakov's schitck was an 'aesthetics of cruelty'; for it is a novel about goodness, and beauty, and quite deliberately lacks melodramatic tension, although it is actually brimming with Nabokov's trademark rapturous gorgeousness.

    Vladimir Nabokov, Glory (1932, 1971)

  • Of course Bill could pull this schitck off like no one else, but Hillary, like anyone else would, will wear us out with this crap.

    "Women Feeling Freer to Suggest 'Vote for Mom.'"

  • Dwight would be a natural for the position, and we know he wants it, but that character's schitck is already based on an obnoxious (and hilarious) false sense of power.

    TV Fanatic

  • I understand that at Ren Faires it's part of the schitck, but that doesn't mean I'm more willing to accept it.

    Paws and Reflect

  • The fedora and the whole associated schitck is part of that character.

    blogTO

  • There's a bit of machismo schitck but it's not nearly as bad as what was foisted on gamers in

    Gaming Nexus

  • He's a capitalist and so am I and if he can make millions with his schitck, more power to him.

    QandO

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