greedy guts

greedy guts

n
(functioning as singular) slang a glutton
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greedy guts

n sing (Brit inf) → Fresssack m (inf)
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"As the sole greedy guts in our party, I had the only starter, namely Nona's PS6 meatballs - whoever's nana Nona may be - in a rich, very tomato-ey sauce on sourdough toast, and very tasty they were too.
In fact, you might receive a serious offer, despite having to share the money with greedy guts.
But out of misplaced sense of loyalty receive a serious offer, despite having to share the money with greedy guts.
It was two years ago the scandal first blew up that Starbucks, along with Amazon, Google and a host of other greedy guts multinationals, was failing to do the morally right thing on tax.
It makes me think of the biscuit tin guidelines at our house, which state you should only ever take the biccies you're going to eat, unless you're happy to be labeled a greedy guts.
GREEDY Guts was the Alpha Male of the troop, and took full advantage of his position.
As for greedy guts, the pounds 9.99 she paid for the lamb shank left her feeling short-changed...
For the greedy guts who want the scorers and the correct score, have a look at Michael Owen to score first at 13/2, Frank Lampard (above) to score last at 8/1, and the match to end 1-1 at 9/2.
Greedy guts that we are, we also ordered side orders of chips (pounds 2.50) and rocket and Parmesan (pounds 4.95) to share.