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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.
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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.
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According to him, the subscribers who took advantage of the promotion are very happy about the initiative which gave a higher bouquet once the payment was made for two months on their existing bouquet.
The idea of leaving bouquets for strangers as a random act of kindness, sometimes known as 'The lonely bouquet' or 'The friendship bouquet' originated a number of years ago in Belgium, when a local florist begun leaving flowers for people on the streets.
It initially cost Sh1499 on the Unique bouquet while the other two bouquets that will be available to StarTimes subscribers include Basic and Nyota retailing at Sh599 and Sh259.
But it will not stand out if you are in competition with your siblings and they go for a brighter bouquet.
Flower Station's Sweet Scents of Summer bouquet arrived without the promised brassicas, phlox and eucalyptus, and without any explanation.
For roses, a bouquet of light-colored ones can be bought at P650 to P1000.
On an average, he said, a bouquet of red roses costs between Dh100 to Dh150.
Heather, who works for a funeral director, said she was "surprised" to be awarded with the bouquet, modestly insisting that she has just been doing "her little bit".
She ventured into a fruits bouquet business - it involves artistic designing, is healthy and a profitable business, too.
Perhaps the adage 'Money can't buy you love nor happiness' may now be reconsidered, as a man from China flexed his financial muscles and got his girlfriend a bouquet for her birthday - but not just any bouquet.
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a beautifully simple tied bouquet of ivory flowers and seasonal foliage for her walk down the aisle.
Meghan Markle didn't toss her bouquet to a group of single friends at her wedding reception.
The airline crew worker said he ordered a 'Pink Sienna Bouquet' from online florist Delightful Bouquets on Friday, March 9, to be delivered two days later, on Mother's Day.
She said: "Usually when I finish on a Saturday I will make up a bouquet and put it somewhere random.