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In another mood, of course, I praise and celebrate the useless stubbornness of the squareheads.
"We throwed a Swede out on his neck," declared Fraser, swelling with conscious importance, "and I guess he's 'crabbed' us with the other squareheads."
Rude squareheads of the fo'c'sles beat time with pannikins.
No one said a thing in warning, we had ordinary bikes, relied on our squareheads to absorb the crashes because the flimsy leather football helmets wouldn't provide protection in those days, and elbow pads, wrist and knee protection had yet to be invented.
(ACORN: American Corruption for Obama Right Now) to be fair, the squareheads shot up the shite out of the James Younger gang and for good reason it's a great movie, one of Walter Hill's first you can rent it in the western section at BB
And being royally careless of propriety, she kissed me full on the lips before the startled squareheads — and for a delightful moment it was the kiss of the lover she’d never been, which I still count a real conquest.