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  • This is, after all, mostly the same Senate that gave convicted felon Ted Stevens a tongue-bath as a send-off.

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  • A reporter quoted by Newsweek in its tongue-bath of Rudy says there is a lot in the record showing him focusing on his own PR more than doing his job.

    Rothenberg: Rudy Just May Win

  • In addition to Revenant's reasons at 12:07, and others', the tongue-bath / teabagging that the media has been giving Obama since jumpstreet should have done something substantive.

    "This is sounding more and more like the Republican convention of 1976."

  • However - when I get anywhere close to the floor, Annie the Dog thinks its carte blanche to give me a tongue-bath.

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  • I said, as Nifkin scrambled onto my chest and proceeded to give my entire face a tongue-bath.

    Good in Bed

  • The shock value came from hearing someone say things about famous people that just isn't said in the usual self-congradulatory tongue-bath of an awards show.

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  • This is the same Paul Ryan who earned a tongue-bath from the media for his courage, though, so it's hard to see why this would have been an incentive against progressives assembling a set of their own priorities, even if they are "starry-eyed."

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  • He was pimped from the get-go and they still give him the tongue-bath????

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  • Now we may have a clue to the answer to that old question in Johann Hari's bedazzled tongue-bath of Andrew Sullivan, the Barry Bonds of bloggers.

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  • Says the guy who got arrested for DUI in large part because he was in such a hurry to get a tongue-bath for Little Chuck.

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  • "I'm not going to go on about what you've done to my woman-people, boss-man, because the nicest thing you do to us is fuck us and I'm afraid you might stop! But in exchange for the tongue-baths, for your one strength which to your press secretary it is death to reveal, I'm going to give you a warning."
    - 'Dear John', Germaine Greer, circa 1969.

    March 28, 2008