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slob

 (slŏb)
n. Informal
A person regarded as slovenly, crude, or obnoxious.

[Irish Gaelic slab, mud, from Old Irish, probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Swedish dialectal slabb, mud.]

slob′bish, slob′by adj.

slobby

(ˈslɒbɪ)
adj, slobbier or slobbiest
informal of or relating to a slob
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The slobby geek has inherited the earth, and I am glad.
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