boobird


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boobird

(ˈbuːˌbɜːd)
n
(General Sporting Terms) US a person who habitually criticizes or jeers
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The next few weeks will belong to the boobirds, badmouthing Disney for making it harder for a working-class family to visit the iconic theme parks.
The fans embraced Allen warmly, offering him several standing ovations throughout a 1975 season in which he struggled mightily; the boobirds and catcalls were, for the most part, gone.
He unconvincingly laid into Fair Tax critics, opining that he was "tired of the boobirds," who inexplicably oppose "taxes so simple that a seven year old running a lemonade stand can understand." Would these kids be collecting 30 cents for the federal government for each glass they sold?