Meanwhile, Axl pretends to be close to Sue in order to impress Devin; and Mike fears that bullying Rusty during childhood caused Rusty to become a sad sack
later in life.
was a US Army nickname in World War II for a loser.
Then the title character of URL Badman, a shooting-fish-in-a-barrel bullet for sad sack
male web trolls, declares, "I don't like girls much, they're kind of silly/Unless, of course, they want to play with my willy.
Really, no other word for this sad sack
of a woman, desperately trying to cling on to a man who only ever wanted her around as decoration for his yachts and ego.
Still managing to put food on the table, living on borrowed money and tiredly keeping both your mind and your mouth shut as you face America's sad sack
I am sick and tired of the same old sad sack
song crying to us that we need to give up more of "our" money.
He's a sad sack
who, although the asteroid looms closer, continues to go to the gym and floss his teeth.
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, Planet of the Apes, GI Joe, Heathcliff, Shadow, Planet Terry, Catwoman, Strawberry Shortcake, Foofur, Superman Man of Steel, Looney Tunes, Archie, Jughead, Betty & Veronica, and more.
YEARS ago Britain was faced with the dreaded prospect of the 'Friday car' - a sad sack
of a vehicle that was produced by jaded workers who would throw anything together before heading home for beer and blessed relief from the mindless monotony of the production line.
Todd Carty plays the sad sack
role of Patsy just as it should be.
Skeletons (15) A true British original, two sad sack
'ghostbusters' exorcise the skeletons in their clients' closets but get in deep emotional waters when asked to find a missing husband.
That show found its muse in producer Karl Pilkington, a laconic sad sack
who quickly became the centerpiece of the show.