The whole incident was a PR nightmare for McCain, rivaled only by the shenanigans of his own running mate.
I imagine with James Caan around there were plenty of shenanigans on set.
“It shows the power of exposing these kind of shenanigans, which are so irresponsible,” he said.
Laura: Even with all the shenanigans that went on, Clinton was good.
But how do these trends, gimmicks, and shenanigans affect the story of Easter?
Thus, being in involved in Sheen's shenanigans is one way to "stay in the spotlight."
Based on what I detail in my book, AVT could potentially face an SEC investigation into these shenanigans.
We played luck too; we never had no shenanigans, a-stealin' a man's money.
Your shenanigans probably chipped a little off the price I had to pay, so I ought to be grateful to you.
And with such a sign to go by, there must've been shenanigans goin' on to make things go wrong!
1855, of uncertain origin. Earliest records of it are in San Francisco and Sacramento, California, U.S. Suggestions include Spanish chanada, a shortened form of charranada "trick, deceit;" or, less likely, German Schenigelei, peddler's argot for "work, craft," or the related German slang verb schinäglen. Another guess centers on Irish sionnach "fox."
[ultimately probably fr Yiddish shlim mazel, ''rotten luck,'' hence ''a difficulty or misfortune,'' and related to shlemazel]