A-hole


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A-hole

n. an asshole, a very stupid or annoying person. (Usually refers to a male. Rude and derogatory.) Tom can be an A-hole before he’s had his coffee.
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Mr Smith also revealed that the Donners Company, with which Winchester has a first look arrangement on all their films over the next three years, has commissioned a major commercial comedy script for a film provisionally titled A-Hole.
The first record, people tore me a new a-hole, and were f-cking steady on my balls, and tried to make me feel like I was such a piece of sh-t.
JOINT dishonours to control freak and diary room rat George Galloway - who realised he wasn't calling any of the shots and went into a childish sulk - and that utter a-hole Barrymore.
I should be an example and an inspiration, and I'm an a-hole.
Washington, May 12 ( ANI ): Beach Boys singer Bruce Johnston has called Obama, who is running his re-election campaign for November, "an a-hole,"
First of all, the guy in that song is a real a-hole, so I don't want to be that guy.
With [my helmet], I'm just another a-hole on the streets," Us magazine quoted him as telling W magazine once.
The only reason Lights Out doesn't get a 'J' rating is because of profanity--there's lots of it, including a-hole and the s-bomb.
Gus is a f ing a-hole," the New York Post quoted Hudson as confiding.
By then you're pretty much established as an a-hole or not," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
When asked if she thinks Gibson is anti-semitic, she replied, "I think he's an a-hole.