amazeballs


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amazeballs

(əˈmeɪzˌbɔːlz)
interj
slang an expression of enthusiastic approval
[C21: humorous alteration of amazing]
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That's right, I'm talking about the legend, Sir Ian McKellen, best known as Mr Magnets from X Men (I hear he's amazeballs in it, though TBH I was a wee bit surprised that an actor of his stature had done adult films).
It was amazeballs from the first bite to the very last!
Jordan's family said in a statement: "Today our beautiful total amazeballs daughter Jordan Dawes went to sleep for the last time.
Announcing her death, Jordan's mum Michelle Gurr Dawes said: "Today our beautiful total amazeballs warrior daughter Jordan Dawes went to sleep for the last time.
He hates newly-coined words: State-of-the-art, cutting edge, uber, amazeballs, gobsmacked.
Recipes include cilantro-lime shrimp stuffed avocado, beef and lentil stew, stir-fry beef with basil, quinoa and lentil tabbouleh, and even desserts such as cranberry amazeballs, chocolate banana overnight oats, and dairy-free mango sago.
It's a fun and empowering approach, enlivened with the author's zippy names -- Amazeballs, Mmmaki, Bites and Tots -- and full of alluring recipes like Chipotle Cream, a flavor-packed sauce made from cilantro, cashews, lime, and smoky hot chipotle, or Decadent Pecan Milk Hot Cocoa swirled with Medjool dates, maple syrup, grated chocolate and homemade coconut cream-based butterscotch.
It's been totes amazeballs and it's been totes emosh ...
The fresh-faced 18-year-old singer has released her first single "Go," and she looks amazeballs on the cover.
2fm presenter Eoghan McDermott wrote: "Amazeballs! Big love to you both!
The Wheatberry Bags of Goodness cost PS10 and include a medium salad, wrap, soup or one pot wonder of your choice, a whole juice, a flatbread or chickpea pancake, a piece of fruit and a sweet potato cake or two amazeballs (the latter are a deliciously satisfying mix of almonds, dates, cacao nibs, coconut, maple syrup and vanilla).
Elsie is a distinct narrator: speaking in the cutting-edge teenage-speak of OMGs and amazeballs, she's not averse to postmodern asides to the reader signposting cliffhangers, jokes or relating her editor's reluctance for the book to tackle big issues.