Greedy-gut

Greed´y-gut`


n.1.A glutton.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I meekly ask if you have to choose one but the carver tells me that I can have all three, which of course old greedy-guts says yes to straight away.
However, the wee greedy-guts still found room for a mango kulfi with fruit cocktail and, sure enough, the kulfi was "bought in" and the fruit had required the services of a tin opener.
The alternative from the cow's perspective was turning her rump to the wild winter winds of March and having to shoulder her greedy-guts herd mates for a place at the feed trough.
You can hit the offending greedy-guts with a dropkick then power-bomb them through the table.
Being a slight greedy-guts, I wasn't minded to go for a smaller, sharing starter.
What was she saying - that she's going to whip the nation's greedy-guts into shape?
Well, if you'll stop shovelling the contents of that bucket of buttered popcorn into your cake-hole for long enough, greedy-guts, then I'll tell you.