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  • This time last year we were enveloped in several feet of wet, slidy, uncharacteristic snow and though I thought it would be fun to ride my snowboard down the hill to the elementary school by my home, no.

    blog: December 2009

  • Mrs C – ai wuz jus finkin abowt a symilar memuree uv mai mom….. when mai owldest heethen wuz jus liddle, he desided taht Maw-Maw needed a ‘slidy kiss’: He grabbed mai mom by teh sydz uv her fayce, skwished hur fayce tugedder and *kisskisskisskisskisssssssy!

    Yer face… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • You know, Kobe, I have been wondering, after knowing you all of these years, after reading your work and admiring you, why you were waffling around, slippy slidy, on a lot of questions I was asking you.

    CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2008

  • I sit in the extra-slidy seats, headphones jammed into my ears, watching the people nearby.

    Passing Trains (Music (For Robots))

  • And actually I really enjoyed the way the film was put together, with images from the various comics used as a slidy, swirly background to a soundtrack of Moore talking or primal drums beating.

    The Mindscape of Alan Moore

  • I do decide, however to open up the little slidy flap by the window air conditioning unit in the garage.

    catpewk Diary Entry

  • There are some little black rods and slidy things you move around.

    Soldiers Live

  • Q And you seem to be kind of indicating that Tuesday is a little slidy?

    Press Briefing By David Johnson

  • She wasn't used to playing on the slippery, slidy sand.

    Mary Jane's City Home

  • Now he was on the steep and slidy bank-the roar of the current in his ears, the roar of the guns behind.

    Red Fleece

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