blanky

blanky

(ˈblæŋkɪ)
n, pl -kies
baby talk a comfort blanket
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In the same breath he told him that he was a gentleman, that a messenger's life was practically that of a blanky slave, and that a young man of spirit who wished to add to his already large fortune would have a bit on Giant Gooseberry for the City and Suburban.
Full tank of fuel - check, enough Red Bull to supply a football team - check, Sat Nav - check, blue blanky - check.
Blanky gave her comfort serving as a pillow, covering her when she was cold and when something upset her, she could always depend on Blanky for comfort.
45pm In Chasing Amy, characters Blanky and Holden created Bluntman and Chronic, a comic based on quick-talking, foulmouthed Jay (Jason Mewes) and his quiet, aptly named sidekick Silent Bob (played by Smith himself), a duo they regarded as friends.
Mullins drew a blanky esterday and holds only outside chances today whereas Nicholls won the Jewson with Chapoturgeon and the World Hurdle with Big Buck's.
The adept cast knows just what to do with the material at hand, which includes a silly running gag about "hanky panky under a blanky.
Meanwhile I'm hanging upside down in our paper mache "tree" in my Burning Man bat costume yammering on about how Lost Boys changed my life because Jamie Gertz was so hot, and Marci was sitting on her blanky repeating something about lights and God and that movie about the little mouse.
Goddamit, Christine, don't drag the blanky in the grass.
For Christmas, I want a giant mewtwo, a red blanky, a blue hat, some green socks, and yellow shoes.
The hottest little appliance in the universe is off on another adventure with his electrical pals, including Blanky, Lampy and Kirby to a distant planet in the direct-to-video film ``Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars,'' which will be shown at 7 tonight at the Thousand Oaks ZanyBrainy store.