When a lewd photo landed on Rep. Anthony Weiner's Twitter last week, the floodgates opened for racy reactions.
Sources say that business advisors thought the material far too racy, even for Daly, and talked the golfer out of it.
From racy tweets to name calling, here are some of his most destructive comments.
A racy photo of songbird Christina Aguilera appeared on the Internet in December 2010.
All 130 employees share a similar vision and all seem very gung ho about their racy products.
She gave us many amusing experiences of her travels in America, and her comments on the London Convention were rich and racy.
Then news from England, five months old, was fresh and racy.
There was a racy, wholesome gusto in his enjoyment of novelty and independence.
It was racy and insolent with heliotrope; he hurled it to the floor.
By not a single quaver was the cheeriness of his snatchy, racy, merry voice affected.
1650s, "having a characteristic taste" (of wines, fruits, etc.), from race (n.2) in its older sense of "flavor" or in the sense "class of wines" + -y (2); meaning "having a quality of vigor" (1660s) led to that of "improper, risqué," first recorded 1901, probably reinforced by phrase racy of the soil "earthy" (1870). Related: Racily; raciness.
Somewhat indecent; raunchy: The movie has a lot of racy dialogue (1901+)