fat-headed


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fat-headed

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Now, some of you undoubtedly will get fat-headed about Eugene's justifiable top ranking.
Unhealthy weight THIS is the new phrase which fat Liverpool school children, backed by fat-headed Liverpool city councillors, would like us to use instead of "obese".
Not that considerations like that can necessarily be relied upon to halt the politically-correct bandwagon in its fat-headed tracks.
Tomorrow morning, at seven, when you'll be in your offices, stores, or beds because you're unemployed, or at the Job Center, or dying, or fucking some slut, or under your wife, or on top of your fat husband, or next to your skinny little lover, or in front of your fat-headed boss, an Italian, or German, or Austrian, or Hungarian, or .
20--ranges from satirical representations of King Louis-Philippe, depicted as a fat-headed pear, to images of the various types of women who defined 19th-century Parisian society.
Los Angeles, as depicted in "Undiscovered," is a tiny neighborhood comprising nothing but clubs, struggling yet beautiful young people and fat-headed showbiz grownups who talk like used-car salesmen.
Standing next to barrel-bellied, fat-headed Jeremy Clarkson would make a lot of blokes look like the sexiest man alive.
But what makes me really mad is the way fat-headed local authorities allow unmanned salons to spring up all over the place.
PERHAPS Eric Hall, the fat-headed football agent, just hasn't aged well.