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  • Maybe I just need to turn on a dime and make it sweetly romantic, but not shmoopy.

    Fic Update and Knee Update

  • Maybe I just need to turn on a dime and make it sweetly romantic, but not shmoopy.

    Fic Update and Knee Update

  • I'm trying to write possessive Nine/Rose smut for the last chapter of Temptation, but I think the Vicodin is interfering. * sighs* They're getting shmoopy instead.

    Fic Update and Knee Update

  • I'm trying to write possessive Nine/Rose smut for the last chapter of Temptation, but I think the Vicodin is interfering. * sighs* They're getting shmoopy instead.

    Fic Update and Knee Update

  • That dumb, shmoopy, “aw” look, the one I get when I hear sappy things or watch even the most vapid of romantic movies, had crept over my forehead and upturned the corners of my mouth in sympathy.

    luvabeans Diary Entry

  • Ack. Yeah, it's a holiday created to sell greeting cards and chocolates, but that doesn't make it sting any less for single people when every couple in existence gets all shmoopy all over the place come February 14.

    Rochester City Newspaper

  • But actually, everyone gets happy and shmoopy and works out fine and long-lost-son runs back to Boston because his contract ran out.

    Stories from The Sun

  • And in case of your untimely demise in the aforementioned office-equipment mishap, you sure as heck don't want your lemonade-stand fortunes to go to your ex-husband, leaving your current shmoopy-woogums with only your loving memory and 93 nylon bags of lemons in the garage.

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  • Scott MacIntyre - 1985 - The Search Is Over: Another shmoopy love song.

    American Idol: Song From the Year You Were Born.

  • Scott MacIntyre - 1985 - The Search Is Over: Another shmoopy love song.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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  • A term of endearment between two members of a couple. A compliment. An indication of a feature about the other which is better than in oneself.

    "You're shmoopy."

    "No, you are shmoopy!"

    March 23, 2010