dirt bag


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dirt′ bag`


n.
Slang. a filthy or contemptible person.
[1940–45]
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I'm not a dirt bag," Katie, 39, told the Liverpudlian host in an interview for his TV chat show.
With Dog Dirt Bag Dispenser to provide Equipped waste containers.
I thought they were trying to tell me that I was some dirt bag because, in my mind, I was a dirt bag.
No - according to Keep Britain Tidy, it's the Coke company and the cigarette manufacturers to blame, not this dirt bag.
I'm not into doing the one night thing, it's like, how long do you leave it before you do it, because I always think if you are going to give it to them straight away, then they think that you're a dirt bag, and I'm not a dirt bag even thought I want to jump into bed with them," Contactmusic reported her as saying on UK TV show 'Loose Women'.
In addition to describing a judge as "Judge Clueless," the lawyer included such descriptions of her clients as, "this stupid kid is taking the rap for his drug-dealing dirt bag of an older brother.
Roger extended the dirt bag wall a few feet from the opening in the hill to build the walkin entrance.
It commissioned a report entitled I'm just a teenage dirt bag, baby, to examine why teenagers lead the way in dumping rubbish.
It commissioned a report titled ``I'mjust a teenage dirt bag, baby'', to examine why teenagers lead the way in dumping rubbish.
It commissioned a report titled ``I'm just a teenage dirt bag, baby'' to examine why teenagers lead the way in dumping rubbish.
These latest Steve plays cement his status as a crossover dirt bag.
It is always the same bunch of liberals who cry every time some dirt bag gets smoked for pointing a gun at a cop.