Softie


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Softie

Short for "Microsoftie," a person who works for Microsoft.
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But MacKinnon said: "Dougie comes across as a hard character but he's a big softie really.
Softie bun choices include 'brownie bun', a warm chocolate chip brownie bun with chocolate softie, brownie crumbs and chocolate fudge; 'lotus bun', a warm lotus brioche bun with lotus softie, lotus crumbs and lotus spread; and 'cereal bun',a warm cereal brioche bun with cereal softie and crushed cereal.
He then joked that even his wife thinks he's a big softie, before doing an impression of a cat
Surprisingly, this softie is devoid of any markings, something not terribly important unless you want no-holds-barred realism.
Several empty pop cans were drilled repeatedly with bursts from this softie.
HE looks such a hard man when ruthlessly putting politicians on the spot, but Jeremy Paxman is a softie at heart.
But don't take him for some liberal softie in an elephant costume--our three-strikes law is still firmly intact, and even our jaywalkers are running scared at the prospect of having their DNA entered into a national database.
The author's empathetic portrayal of the Civil War vet is soured by his pissing on the Vietnam vet, who is depicted as a softie and a whiner.
SOFTIE Muffin the Mule Q We have a 1970/80s tabletop Taito Space Invader machine for two players.
MOST people reckon Tulisa's hard as nails, but she says she's a big softie.