US Airways inadvertently tweeted an—ahem—racy photo involving a lady and a toy plane.
The comedian also doesn't buy the congressman's uncertainty as to whether the photo is actually of his, ahem, weiner.
If she gets too, ahem, close to her boyfriend Giovanni, she gives up her unicorn hunting eligibility.
Christie then lambasted “our leaders today”—ahem, President Obama—who “have become paralyzed by [a] desire to be loved.”
In the Financial District, Casset Gelin said she was more interested in his, ahem, performance on the job than anywhere else.
He would throw half a dozen fits, right now, if he knew you were––ahem!
Was not that—ahem—Lady Knightsbridge, to whom I saw you speaking, sir?
ahem, Miss Nellie, when we go back home, will you promise me to say nothing about this part of your lesson?
He got the pigskin and skinned down the field like a blue streak, and—but, ahem!
"I scarcely recognised you in that—ahem—that costume," he added, smiling sarcastically.
attention-getting interjection, 1763, lengthened from hem, imitative of clearing the throat.