teeny-weenie

teeny-weenie

childish Particularly small or tiny. I'm not hungry myself, but I'd love to try just a teeny-weenie bite of your meal, if you don't mind. Be sure to appreciate the time when your children are teeny-weenie, because they grow up very fast!
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She goes on saying: "Everybody gets their very own teeny-weenie yellow Southwest bikini." Her performance is so good, she even gets a round of applause when she finishes.
She shook his hand, told him she was happy to be in Newcastle and thought nothing of him giving her a quick cuddle around her teeny-weenie waist.
Itsy-bitsy teeny-weenie yellow polka-dot proboscis.
Oftentimes a teeny-weenie capsule can be packed with 20 or more ingredients, each of which needs to be properly extracted and analyzed.
IT'S an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weenie, pinkish, far-too-small bikini ...
Isn't there any chance of buying an itsy-bitsy teeny-weenie weekend home in the meantime?
Dan White's corpse was barely cold when the Bay Area's hydra-headed media apparatus launched a campaign to portray him as a basically good boy who made one teeny-weenie little mistake.
She is forever on the phone to this billionaire in New York or that billionaire in Chicago telling them that although the bottom has fallen out of the Budgie market, she is going to make a fortune promoting high-class goods and could they manage a teeny-weenie advance to tide her over.
The adults were so excited about the whole thing that they hardly paid any attention to us teeny-weenies! It was a real task to get them focused on what needed to be done.
Pint-sized Wales hero Shane Williams got lost in a crowd of teeny-weenies yesterday when he turned out to give young rugby players a helping hand.