spawny

spawny

(ˈspɔːnɪ)
adj, -nier or -niest
resembling spawn
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There were spawny narrow wins over Sheffield United and Burton before a familiar 2-1 defeat at Nottingham Forest.
For Scott Sinclair's spawny strike which squirmed past Leicester's Mark Schwarzer, there was Carles Gil's wonder goal into the top corner of the same Holte End net against Bournemouth.
We've won the game with a spawny goal for a change - lovely - happy days.
Up, through slug-eyed seaweed, up, through spawny sponges.
I'm guessing if Roy hadn't lost his left foot in that helicopter crash, the comic strip was still running and the writers wanted to keep it real, that post-match banter would today take place on Twitter and go something like this: FAN: "U spawny *** Race.
So allow me to present the handy How Not To guide for every golfer spawny enough to blag a game.
I said 'if we get a chance let's take it' and the first goal was a bit spawny I suppose but you take them when you can.
Reflecting on Villa's opener, he told the Chronicle: "I think he was a little bit spawny, but sometimes luck goes for you and sometimes it doesn't, and it went against us for their goal.
The problem wasn''t conceding a spawny goal in the last minute.
Spawny That's a far truer measure of where England stand on the world stage than Ladbrokes cutting the odds on a World Cup win to 7-2 on the basis of a spawny first-round draw.
Three months down the line they are still right in the mire and but for a couple of desperately spawny results when they were riding the crest of a wave following his appointment - notably the 2-1 win against Liverpool - they would still be tailed off.
A spawny goal," proclaimed United manager Kevin Blackwell, who was furious that Middlesbrough's winner was announced as 'own goal, Paddy Kenny'.