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vulgar slang A contemptible, vile, or reprehensible person. That frat boy keeps trying to hit on my little sister. What a douche.


vulgar slang A contemptible, vile, or reprehensible person. That frat boy keeps trying to hit on my little sister. What a douchebag.

douche bag

1. n. a wretched and disgusting person. (Rude and derogatory.) Don’t be a douche bag. Pick up your things and go home, Chuck.
2. n. an ugly girl or woman. (Rude and derogatory.) Look at that face! What a douche bag!
See also: bag, douche
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Douche has brought together 45 stories in a book called Baby Gone: True New Zealand stories of infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss.
It has led to the discovery of 20 percent more plots where very good wine can be produced," said Douche.
Furthermore, 73% of the 57 women surveyed (all douched or had practiced douching at some point) said they had encouraged or would encourage the girl or girls they were parenting to douche, Richard Rupp, M.
The company has also added Douche Creme Onctueuse Emulsion Hydrante, an O/W emulsion that contains more than 43% oils (almond and jojoba) and is rich in lipids.
Many women douche, believing that the practice is hygienic, healthy, (6) and even prevents STI transmission.
la baignoire the bathtub le shampooing the shampoo la douche the shower le lavabo the sink le savon the soap la brosse a dents the toothbrush la pate dentifrice the toothpaste le gant de toilette the washcloth l'eau water
Redruth's Laka Waqanikvere touched down after the break as did Neil Douche, both conversions coming from Larkins.
Women who douche frequently--and then become pregnant--appear more likely to have a low-birth-weight baby than women who don't douche, a new study shows.
We may feel embarrassed when a douche commercial comes on, but that's a concrete product.
7) Manufacturers sold a wide array of items, including vaginal jellies, douche powders and liquids, suppositories, and foaming tablets as "feminine hygiene," an innocuous-sounding term coined by advertisers in the 1920s.
Douglas claims the bubblegum of her own generation as a culture with a surprisingly nuanced legacy: Despite its ditsy beach bunnies, its ubiquitous douche advertisements, and its micro-mini skirts, it also whispered intermittently of empowerment, of sexual freedom, and of a new future.
The most common suggestion was to bathe the animals with Dawn dish soap, or a baking soda paste followed with a vinegar douche rinse, and to let the fur dry or dry it with a blow dryer.
In a comparison of 100 women with confirmed pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and 762 randomly selected controls, at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, the investigators report that women who douche once or twice a month were 2.
The feud started earlier this week when Griffin took Lovato's name when asked who would be the "biggest douche celebrity" in today's industry.