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Synonyms for weenie

a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked

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When Brian Hyland released Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini in 1960, their sales soared.
Milton Tootoosis started this tournament after his father Lawrence Weenie died.
As Weenie crying 'nein' gobbles, one by one, a dog biscuit trail, unable to resist, Elliot freezes at the forest pastor's words: for ever and ever .
HAS evil intent of making his dreadful Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Bikini a hit again.
Singer, famous for Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini.
Having said that, if we win that game they could play Timmy Mallett's Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini and I don't think anyone would care.
DG: Your Weenie books have delighted thousands with short attention spans-as well as their children.
What a surprise: Republicans feverishly exploiting their echo chamber to pound out a familiar percussive drumbeat that Democrats are weenie girly men who can't be trusted to keep their frilly underwear unsoiled, much less protect this country from terrorists.
The man who co-wrote the song Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini had the unsettling experience this week of reading his own obituary - the result of an impostor who went through life claiming to be the author of the 1960s smash hit.
Returning promotions include a pre-game Happy Hour offering half-price draft beer and Weenie Wednesdays, when fans can buy $1 Hebrew National Hot Dogs.
He told police he wouldn't press charges, saying, "I just want my weenie back.
You tour to these weenie little communities--the country is a big, old farm, really--and they sit there, rapt.
That tournament is the Lawrence Weenie Cup, named in honor of a man who gave endlessly of his time and his energies to provide young Aboriginal people with opportunities to take part in sporting events of all kinds.
As far as museum exhibitions are concerned I am not quite sure what his standards of tame are, but McCarthy's spread beavers, Mike Kelley's Sex to Sexty covers, Kim Jones's scorched weenie toss (Rimanelli missed the performance, but it was part of the show), Charles Burns's beautifully morbid comic-book page spreads (not seen in a museum context of this kind before), and, above all, Walker's literally climactic black-ink "cum shot" are not exactly standard fare.
Next in my stack of books was Bobby Flay's Boy Gets Grill, which looked fussy and remarkably complicated for someone who has struggled grilling brats, and the author himself looked suspiciously like a grinning ex-student-council weenie.