saddo

saddo

(ˈsædəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
slang Brit a socially inadequate or pathetic person
[C20: from sad (sense 4) + -o]
Translations

saddo

[ˈsædəʊ] (saddos or saddoes (pl)) (Brit)
A. ADJpenoso, patético
B. Nmamarracho/a m/f
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Now after FIFTY failed dates he's trying a drastic makeover to change his image from saddo to smoothie - and the Dalek has had to go.
Now we just need a classically- trained fellow Boro saddo with an old Joanna and a gift for a ditty and we're laughing.
But it takes a real saddo to pay extra to watch the housemates 24-7.
Cameron had sold their story after leaving another saddo celebrity virtual reality show, I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.
That is why the syrupy saddo who is now head coach at Essex found him-self performing a series of demeaning stunts in a London hotel in recent days.
PORSCHE PILLOCK SPYKER SADDO BM-TROUBLE-YOU mean I can't park here?
This is the third most powerful man in the country and he's behaving like a saddo from the Trisha show.
I know, I know, I should hang my head in shame both for being a washing saddo and whatever the opposite of green is.
My character Richard is a good catch, but another in a long line of saddo men.
Possibly all the saddo thirty-somethings who've just taken up yoga in order to get a body like Geri's.
But what this saddo fails to grasp is that rape has very little if anything to do with sex.