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H-E-double-toothpicks

A euphemistic spelling of "hell." "Oh yeah?" said Tommy to the schoolyard bully. "Well, you can go to H-E-double-toothpicks!"

close enough to use the same toothpick

Having a very close relationship; inseparable. I haven't talked to Patty in years, but as kids we were close enough to use the same toothpick.
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close enough to use the same toothpick

Rur. very close. (Used to describe close friends.) We've been friends since we were five years old. We're close enough to use the same toothpick.
See also: close, enough, same, toothpick, use

H-E-double-toothpicks

n. hell. (A jocular euphemism. It is not usually written and can be spelled a number of different ways.) Oh, H-E-double-toothpicks! I did it wrong again!
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The abstract, geometric planes of the toothpick sculpture will contrast with organic curves of the wrapped sculpture; toothpick construction will be transformed into abstract/nonobjective sculpture," she writes.
atroseptica, the other by inserting the end of a toothpick charged with undiluted bacteria to produce black leg disease.
At just two inches high and three inches wide, it is made out of an incredible 500-600 toothpicks and features the club's crest and has its own green pitch.
Allow eggs to dry on toothpicks that are inserted into a Styrofoam block.
The study was aimed to show the correlation between the use of toothpicks and an attempt to alleviate sore gums in a Neanderthal maxilla recovered from the archaeological site of Cova Forada.
All the while, that is, desperately trying not to choke on what appears to be a wooden toothpick embedded in my cheek.
Display 24 toothpicks as shown below, making 9 squares.
While most toothpicks are round and are inserted into the nose end of the sinker, a flat toothpick is even better since it won't pinch or crimp the line as much.
Backman, a San Francisco native who has been designing sculptures from toothpicks since he was a child.
Each group should gather its toothpicks and count out how many there are of each color.
You'll need: Aluminum foil Toothpicks Large tortillas wraps Thinly sliced meat or cheese Whole lettuce leaves Condiments of your choice Method: Lay the tortilla flat on foil Put a light layer of your condiments on the tortilla Lay the lettuce leaf down, then meat and then cheese Roll up the wrap and secure with a toothpick Cut in half for smaller child-size wraps Frozen pudding: Get a yoghurt of your choice, chopped soft fruit and your favourite cereal or muesli.
Befitting and recapitulating its symbolic priority, Toothpicks was given pride of place alongside the related Untitled (Pins), 2004, and Untitled (Glass), 2004, in this, Donovan's first museum survey.
What You Need: 1 large baking potato Steamed veggies: 2 stalks of broccoli 2 peas 1 baby carrot 2 green beans Low-fat sour cream Toothpicks [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 1.
One Honeydew or Galia melon Half a packet of lime or orange Jelly Some Jelly Babies Some toothpicks 1 strawberry astro belt Method
YOU WILL NEED: 1 apple half for each yummy chum 1 carrot Raisins Thin celery strips Cheddar cheese Toothpicks DIRECTIONS: 1.