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According to Cesar, I am supposed to be the leader, not the cringer. I am supposed to show "calm assertive energy" like Oprah.
It was called 'The Cringer' and it was made from a dehydrated turnip.
On the subject of another series for the failed chat show cringer he offers hope to millions of fans.
HAVING saved the Hogwash school for wizardry and witch rubbish from Hollywood, Barry Trotter has married Ermine Cringer and has two relatively delightful children.
The plot is convoluted, funny, fast--and names like Hogwash, Hermine Cringer, Lon Measley, Halfwit, Alpo Bumblebore, Muddle, Uncle Serious, Valumart, and Severe Snipe will soon become as familiar as the originals.
The pair reported to the Great Gonzo and their colleagues were variously known as the Doughnut Kid, Madge and Cringer.
Jasper: We came here on our first tour with Cringer and...
I am sure that most, if not all, defenders of the Second Amendment would cringer if someone called them a "hired gun." After all, a hired gun is usually someone who kills for a price.
Most of the book is spent with Amos in the drapier trade, trying to be a perfect cringer, always willing to turn on his fellow employees if to do so will improve his lot.