Joe Bloggs


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Joe Bloggs

(blɒɡz)
n
slang Brit an average or typical man. US, Canadian, and Austral equivalent: Joe Blow See also Joe Six-Pack
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Joe Bloggs - a hypothetical average manJoe Bloggs - a hypothetical average man    
common man, common person, commoner - a person who holds no title
Translations
Otto Normal

Joe Bloggs

, Joe Public
n (inf: = ordinary person) → Otto Normalverbraucher m (inf)
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I would think that some people who do not want to pay this tax, or who cannot afford to pay it, will possibly fly-tip their garden waste, and that is bad enough at the moment - because of Aberdeen City Council's incompetence Joe Bloggs gets it again.
I WOULD like the environment to be healthy for every living thing on this planet, but I am not a scientist - I am an everyday stressed-out Joe Bloggs who will use anything and everything that will make my everyday more convenient and easy.
If Joe Bloggs from around the corner crashed his car, and blew the breathalyser, would he receive such a prohibitive penalty?
If Joe Bloggs from around the corner crashed his car, and blew in the breathalyser, would he receive such a prohibitive penalty?
To stop this happening, use your bank - don't follow Joe Bloggs.Billy Hay
THE fashion house behind the iconic 'Madchester' clothing brand Joe Bloggs has collapsed with the loss of 60 jobs.
I'm telling you, there could have been Joe Bloggs coming here and 25 agents putting Joe Bloggs in.
just felt the Joe Bloggs runners, many running for worthy causes, weren't celebrated enough on TV coverage!
Alves out Example - create message and type: betrescue Joe Bloggs, 1, G1 2AB, Chelsea.
Harold Wallace It's still PS423,000 of taxpayers' money; ordinary Joe Bloggs working in industry pays for this lot and gets no subsidy himself, so stop trying to defend the indefensible!
This is how an example contract may read: "I, Joe Bloggs, am going to achieve these three things - passing my GCSE science grade; gaining a part-time job role; and saving PS300 towards my next holiday.
Mr or Mrs Joe Bloggs would have been frog-marched off the flight on landing and banned for life.