cacky

cacky

(ˈkækɪ)
adj, cackier or cackiest
1. of or like excrement
2. dirty, worthless, or contemptible
[from dialect cack excrement]
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It's a far cry from the days when our parents used to say 'I used to walk uphill both ways in a snow storm to get to school,'" said Oklahoma City filmmaker Cacky Poarch, 45, the mother of two children.
Not intimidatingly beautiful, thus not sent to make us feel cacky about ourselves, she's paler than a white-washed wall and proud of it.
I fix Mr Nasty with my most intimidating glare and say "Man, youhave five seconds to get your cacky brogues off my stoop.
It turns out she'd been flicking through the wedding album the night before and got it into her head that Mr Robinson had managed to skip sleepless nights, the 'bottle patrol' AND cacky nappies; all because she was bridesmaid in the piccies.
40, Rossini's Barber Of Seville overture, and Beethoven's Fur Elise (the makers prefer classical tunes because they're out of copyright), all performed with the tacky, cacky artlessness that only a single micro- processor-cum-buzzer can imbue.
The French wouldn't pay pounds 300 a night for a hotel room in a cacky Cornwall B & B - perhaps for a truffle souffle but certainly not for a couple of minutes of darkness.
The message invariably tells you your call is being dealt with and then you get some cacky muzak which goes on longer than your average symphony.
CUTLINE: Burncoat's Cacky Morse, left, battles Uxbridge's Mickayla Holt for control of the ball during the first half of their field hockey game in Worcester.