I might go and punch him because he's a tosspot
and he left the party in the state it's in," he said.
Or is it the falling-downdrunk Dylan, the prototype, promiscuous, tosspot
poet, the tormented soul of those last grave-chasing days across the ocean?
As Seymour Slive has written, 'the fallacious idea that an artist who depicted merry drinkers must needs have been a tosspot
himself dies hard'.
The irony is that the one thing guaranteed to make "young people" do something is for a pompous tosspot
like Tony to tell them not to.
The performers sometimes elaborated their part of the song with suitable actions, and in particular Tosspot
was usually supposed to be drunk and acted accordingly.
It would be nice if self- important, hockey-loving tosspot
Rupert Lowe found out for himself the grass isn't always greener
In Like Will to Like (1562-8), (21) Nichol Newfangle the Vice offers Tom Tosspot
and Rafe Roister lands of St.
Chimeras mauled them, they wasted away with the spleen, Suicide picked them off, sunk off Cape Consumption, Lost on the Tosspot
Seas, wrecked on the Gibbering Isles Or trapped in the ice of despair at the Soul's Pole.
Hanged for stealing a pig, the event was noted in an 1836 issue of the Semi Times under the headline TOSSPOT
And, because of singing commitments, he has also refused parts in There's Only One Jimmy Grimble with Robert Carlyle, and Kathy Burke's new film Tosspot
Also in the audience, waiting for the curtain to go up, was one Ragueneau, a romantic tavern keeper and tosspot
poet, whose friends praised his verses to his face, while behind his back they helped themselves to the pastries that he made.
It's Tyger, Joey Essex, bed-wetter Charlotte Crosby, Made In Chelsea's Stephanie Pratt, Tattoo Fixers' Paisley Billings and tosspot
extraordinaire (YouTube prankster) Jack Jones seeking love with civilians.