In any snack-shopping story, excess = success, and vice versa.
We were at our local grocery emporium and came on a rack on an end cap with two bags left, just two, of Dot’s Homestyle Pretzels. Did I take them both? No. That would’ve been mean.
Directly kitty-corner across the store, oh joy, a rack on an end cap jammed full of Dot’s. I took two … two more. They’ll get eaten.
When I grow up and learn to play an instrument, I think I’ll call my band the Cytokine Storms.
If I live long enough to grow up.
The girls and I couldn’t agree on a Family Movie Night selection, so, fine, I went off to watch “Butt Boy.”
NYT critic Jeannette Catsoulis writes, “The premise alone is a humdinger.” Yes, indeedy.
Later, in the same review, she mentions “Chip’s terrifying tuchis.” Is that how you spell that word? I don’t think so … but never, ’til now, have I seen it on a printed page.
tuchis (Webster’s New Twentieth Century Dictionary, Unabridged, Second Edition): WORD NOT FOUND.
tuchis (Grey Goatee Global Golf Dictionary, Unhinged, First and Only Edition): WORD NOT FOUND. Try possible synonyms: butt; ass; badonkadonk; rump; tush; hamhocks; douglas; bung; bum; backside; zimkus, … (Ed. note: The list goes on).
tuchis (Yiddish Online Dictionary, 2020): 1. rear end; butt; behind; ass (vulgar). 2. Alt. spelling: tokhes.
Other similarly authoritative sources show other spellings, including tookis and tukus. See?