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  • n. Alternative spelling of Alfredo.

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Examples

  • While there’s nothing terribly wrong with being addicted to some things like the smell of your lover, there can be something terribly wrong and destructive if you’re addicted to booze, drugs, plastic surgery, shopping, porn, gambling, or any sauce including the word alfredo.

    You Being Beautiful

  • Joe reported that it was heavily breaded with a spicy batter, and the alfredo was a little cold.

    Starship Exeter

  • ( "alfredo") from Red Hat to Windows XP with no problem ... but as soon as I double click in

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  • All of a sudden my "favourite foods" of steak, coffee, chocolate cheesecake, fettuccini alfredo and Nutella were erased from the spectrum of things that were "safe", only to be replaced by tofu, beans, rice and herbal tea.

    Yes, Sarah, There IS an Icy Claus!

  • Those fans will get to choose from among three new skillet flavors that will hit stores at the end of this month and the beginning of January: tuna melt, chicken alfredo and chili cheese mac.

    Velveeta Shows Its Sizzle Against Hamburger Helper

  • November 23, 2009 4: 37 PM alfredo said ... oh rogue, my heart bleeds for you so

    Super Emo Friends

  • I had fettucini alfredo and garlic bread for supper tonight.

    These are the times...

  • He dubbed fatty fettuccine alfredo "heart attack on a plate" and once delivered a bag of 170 extracted, decayed teeth to federal regulators, along with a petition to ban the promotion of sugary snacks during kids' television shows.

    Dinner with Michael Jacobson, 'Chief of the Food Police'

  • That means no more fettuccine alfredo, no more bagel with cream cheese, no more stir fry cooked in butter, no more creamy parmesan dressing,

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  • She reheats pasta alfredo and its musky awakening fills the break room.

    Where You Lay Your Dreams

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  • A much fancier alfred

    April 3, 2009