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icky

(ˈɪki)
mod. distasteful; nasty. This was an icky day.

icky-poo

(ˈɪkipu)
1. mod. disgusting. I don’t like all this icky-poo talk.
2. exclam. Nasty! (Usually Icky-poo!) Oh, icky-poo! I missed my bus!
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Outrageous ickiness crossed with deadpan dialogue and a few over-the-top characterizations triggers a lot of laughs.
The forces opposed to fair treatment of gay and lesbian families love to claim that gay people want to rub the noses of innocent babes in the ickiness of gay sex.
It is grounded largely in the diffuse, hothouse ickiness of eroticized idealism that hovers about many of the works: Ernest Normand's Bondage (c.
However, given the almost ickiness of his Glue-All reliefs and the increasing ambivalence of his color, Ieans's pleasures have their disconcerting dimensions, and his good art manners barely contain youthful energies of more restless and eccentric kinds.
The potential ickiness of the whole situation is avoided by the general sentimentality of the tale.
Most arbiters of morality--whether the film ratings board, the Department of Defense, or the United Methodist Church--still rank gay sex right up there with bestiality on the ickiness scale.
The Farrellys have spawned a new era of slob comedy, as imitators flood the market with movies that strain to top one another in the juvenile ickiness department.
Essentially a remake of the first film, ``Alien Resurrection'' gets its kick by dredging up all the series' underlying ickiness about reproduction and maternal instincts running riot.