sausage fingers

sau·sage fin·gers

the thick, short fingers of acromegaly; symmetric, diffusely swollen fingers; an early change in systemic sclerosis.
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he feels the weight of the different materials in his little sausage fingers and examines the physical integrity.
Franny Norton rides Tom Dascombe's Cheshire raider, Sausage Fingers, but the likely favourite hasn't exactly sizzled in his four runs so far.
It wasn't great with my sausage fingers, resulting in far more typos than usual
If you have a big hand with sausage fingers, there'll be barely room for your middle finger to wrap around the grip.
But can you imagine wearing something big enough that your sausage fingers could actually type on?
It's my sausage fingers," he lamented, when he had finally finished.
I was used to having a bloke with hairy nostrils ram his hairy, pork sausage fingers into my mouth.
The keys have a lower profile, but are well-spaced, so that even someone like me with sausage fingers found it relatively easy to type.
Her nimble little girl fingers were swifter and surer than large male sausage fingers.
He squeezed his sausage fingers into the gap and in the style of Samson heaved.
Stockmeyer Sausage Fingers, imported by Fiorucci (UK) and targetted at four to 11 year olds, are claimed to be the only snack sausage to have added vitamins.