weirdy

NOUN
  1. someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
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  • Muslim attire is the same as a Nazi uniform, their weirdy beardies and darth vader wives let us keep tabs on the scum with ease. OPEN THREAD.
  • It's all very well to say that we must ditch the economic model that measures things in growth, but last time a beardy-weirdy type suggested tearing up the global economic system and starting all over again, it didn't turn out terribly well. Christina Patterson: What I Learnt from Prince Charles
  • That said, you can see why Cameron got involved in this, the claustrophobia echoes that of The Abyss, and Clooney gives a pretty meaty performance alongside a pre-Doubt hype Viola Davis and weirdy beardy Jeremy Davies. Top Ten Works of James Cameron | Obsessed With Film
  • He's everything that Steve and Becky aren't – beardy, weirdy, inappropriate, awkward, unaware, socially inept … though not entirely unlikable; it's just that there are issues. TV review: Him & Her
  • Yep, def the prize for the best pic of the weirdy wonk. Millipede Leads High Tax Labour Left In Attack On Brown
  • They have however been giving the chief sky pixie and all round lefty weirdy beardy, a good airing. DEMONISING ROMAN CATHOLICISM..
  • All things considered, I’d still rather that kind of liquorice than the weirdy weirdy sweet stuff you get in the rest of the world, anyday. “Mapplethorpe: Polaroids” | clusterflock
  • He's everything that Steve and Becky aren't – beardy, weirdy, inappropriate, awkward, unaware, socially inept … though not entirely unlikable; it's just that there are issues. TV review: Him & Her
  • And he liked some tiles and weirdy columns in the Alhambra. Unhinder us!
  • It's all very well to say that we must ditch the economic model that measures things in growth, but last time a beardy-weirdy type suggested tearing up the global economic system and starting all over again, it didn't turn out terribly well. Christina Patterson: What I Learnt from Prince Charles
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