bouquet of assholes

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bouquet of assholes

rude slang People who are regarded as undesirable and/or vexing. I can't believe they said such awful things to you. Wow, those guys are a real bouquet of assholes.
See also: asshole, of

bouquet of assholes

n. an annoying or disgusting person or thing. (Rude and derogatory.) Don’t pay any attention to him. He’s just another one of the bouquet of assholes you find around here.
See also: asshole, of
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Their toilet finished, they descended; the carriage awaited them at the door, filled with sweetmeats and bouquets.
As for Albert, he was busily occupied throwing bouquets at a carriage full of Roman peasants that was passing near him.
He instantly rose and cast the remainder of the bouquets into the carriage.
If I hadn't seized that bouquet from under his nose he might have been alive now, and a happy man.
Let him think the bouquet was for you; then there'd have been no trouble.
Shaw stood on the rug, looking rather grim; the bouquet lay on the table, and beside it a note, directed to "Frank Moore, Esq.
She lifted the bouquet from the ground, and then, as if inwardly ashamed at having stepped aside from her maidenly reserve to respond to a stranger's greeting, passed swiftly homeward through the garden.
You are a connoisseur in flowers, signor," said Beatrice, with a smile, alluding to the bouquet which he had flung her from the window.
I remember, signora," said Giovanni, "that you once promised to reward me with one of these living gems for the bouquet which I had the happy boldness to fling to your feet.
True, there were ugly recollections connected with his first glimpses of the beautiful girl; he could not quite forget the bouquet that withered in her grasp, and the insect that perished amid the sunny air, by no ostensible agency save the fragrance of her breath.
With that thought he turned his eyes on the bouquet, which he had never once laid aside from his hand.
She kept the bouquet close to her on the cushion, and wouldn't allow Jip to sit on that side of her at all, for fear he should crush it.
When the conversation was interrupted in the manner stated by the arrival of the officer who purchased the bouquet.
When I find it I shall shed some tears on it, and stack up some bouquets and immortelles, and cart away from it some gravel whereby to remember that howsoever blotted by crime their lives may have been, these ruffians did one just deed, at any rate, albeit it was not warranted by the strict letter of the law.