Softie


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Softie

Short for "Microsoftie," a person who works for Microsoft.
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The classic softie is a popular favourite Image Credit: Shreya Bhatia/ Gulf News
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!
"Russell Brand is such a softie. His public persona is just an act.
Surprisingly, this softie is devoid of any markings, something not terribly important unless you want no-holds-barred realism.
Another impressive feature of this "softie" is the receiver, barrel and bolt are actually made of metal with a most realistic-looking Parkerized-like finish.
HANCOCK'S editorial colleagues are all supposed to be hardened hacks, not a softie amongst 'em.
Now staff at the Dogs Trust, in Bridgend, are eager to rehouse the German shepherd, aged about six, who, they say, is just "a big softie".
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.
And Albano and Abdoo say that Ross is not only a quality administrator, but it turns out, a softie. Abdoo, who also notes that Ross changed kindergarten from half days to full days, says her students bubble with excitement when he shows up.
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.