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bossyboots

Someone who is bossy or controlling. Josh is such a bossyboots, always trying to micromanage my every move.
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There are a number of current plans on which Bossy is focused.
Just as I can't imagine a man being described as bossy, I can't imagine a woman succeeding in business, or even in politics, with that management philosophy.
Surely if a girl's ambition to do whatever she wants is stifled because someone calls her a notvery-horrible thing like bossy then really, she's not cut out for it in the first place.
Stars of the show were the three beautiful little girls playing the bossy fairies, consigning worn and battered decorations back to the box for not being up to scratch.
Bossy then traces the application and potential redefinition of this tradition in post-Reformation Italy, France, Germany, and England.
Over and over again, McCarthy emphasizes that it would be misleading to interpret his allusions to johanna Spyri's Heidi and Adolf Loos's modernism, or the superficial similarities between the blood in Orgien-Mysterien-Theater and the ketchup in McCarthy's Bossy Burger, 1991, as signs of a direct reference to European archaism or modernism.
Chatellier's ideas can be considered cultural historical counterweights to the social (sociological) historical ideas Bossy advances there and in his later works.
Bossy chooses not to pursue the latter development further, thereby stopping short of documenting the impact of Pietism and Methodism on the reconstruction of the moral tradition in the early modern era.
The message it conveys is that, for all the outcry that America is becoming too permissive with its children (which may well be the case), it's hardly noticed that society has become far too bossy with its adults.
Will opines from Washington, "The push for metrification does not merely reflect the government's primal urge to be a bossy nuisance.
Bossy describes this as a time of "undeclared doctrinal warfare" in which many European governments used conspirators and spies extensively (6).
Authoritative parents are not bossy," Baumrind says.
Today, Sunburst Technology began shipping "Student Workshop: Don't Be So Bossy," a new video that introduces children in grades K-2 to basic assertiveness skills.
However, Fincham believes that Markle would be a bossy and dominant partner to Prince Harry.
That comment came after Mr Bossy Boots had finished only a length and a half behind the classy Speculative Bid in fourth in a course-and-distance handicap in April and the selection followed that with a close fourth to the subsequent Group 2-placed Lightning Spear over a mile at Lingfield.