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baddy

and baddie (ˈbædi)
n. a bad thing or person. Using butter is supposed to be a real “baddy.” Don’t be such a baddie. Tell me you just love my hair!
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FILM FANS: Lana Hewer and Jonathan Boote with some of their 007 memoribilia; BOND MOMENTS: (From left) Pierce Brosnan under pressure from Famke Janssen, Desmond Llewelyn as Q, Timothy Dalton and Maryam D'abo, the set of You Only Live Twice, Roger Moore and Bond baddy OddjobTHE MAN: Latest Bond star Pierce BrosnanULTIMATE BOND GIRL: Ursula Andress
After President Clinton got a dog named Buddy, lawyer Mohammed Baddy claimed he lost his dignity because their similar names made him the butt of people's jokes.
Baddy claimed Clinton caused him mental anguish by choosing a name for his dog that was similar to his.
Already Jade the Baddy with her well-publicised tears is already trying to claim back her Goody name by apologising.
THERE'S no baddy like an old baddy, according to a new poll of TV anti-heroes.
Customers will also be able to download stills, ringtones and games featuring the film's stars Johnny Depp and Bill Nighy, who plays squid-like baddy Davy Jones.
When the big Ka D'Argo foam rubber creature wanted to go and sort out a baddy and told Crichton he'd break his neck, the bold skipper replied: "You couldn't even break wind now.
I play the baddy who has multiple personality disorder.
And another said: "The conversion of goody-goody Cliff Richard to a baddy- baddy Heathcliff is a Wuthering Fright.
I'm reminded of the question I ask myself whenever some homicidal baddy captures James Bond in a movie.