gloomster

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gloomster

n (inf)Pessimist(in) m(f), → Schwarzmaler(in) m(f) (inf)
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80s GLOOMSTER Morrissey has embarked on a Swords tour.
The public's message to Carolyn 'we're all doomed' Fairbairn, head of the CBI, and other gloomsters is: put a sock in it.
He said: "The public's message to Carolyn 'We're all doomed' Fairbairn, head of the CBI, and other gloomsters is 'Put a sock in it'.
Predictably, the gloomsters want to do down Britain - they claim we are not strong enough to stand on our own two feet.
London Mayor Boris Johnson said: "As I predicted, the Olympic gloomsters and doom-mongers have been proved wrong once again.
The London Mayor went on to bring out massive cheers and laughter, saying: "You routed the doubters and you scattered the gloomsters and for the first time in living memory you caused Tube train passengers to break into spontaneous conversation with their neighbours about subjects other than their trod-on toes.
Their Eighties-influenced sound conjured up a strangely uplifting melancholia, harking back to original gloomsters Joy Division.
But the specter that looms largest over Neon Bible is that of new wave gloomsters Echo & the Bunnymen, The Arcade Fire's front man, Win Butler, favors a melodramatic baritone and recurring images of dark water and storms at sea evocative of the 1984 Bunnymen classic Ocean Rain.
THE Manc gloomsters will be everywhere in 2007 - the 30th anniversary of their first gig.
But for all those problems, let's see if the official numbers match the assertions of the gloomsters.
To date, the casino is doing very well thank you; and it appears that the gloomsters worried unduly.
He added: "Predictably, the gloomsters claim we are not strong enough to stand on our own two feet.