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droopy-drawers

n. someone—usually a child—whose pants are falling down. (Also a term of address.) Hey, droopy-drawers, pull up your pants.
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For King Arthur, for a poster, they gave me these strange droopy tits.
Dynamo Droopy is owned by the University Dons, who w o r k a t M a n c h e s t e r University, and syndicate leader John Drew said: "We are absolutely delighted.
HABIT: Not engaging the back Without a connection to the back and core, arms can look not only droopy but also disjointed, as if stuck onto a mannequin.
Rather than wanting larger breasts, this age group of women are sick of droopy breasts so come in for a breast lift (mastopexy).
LaceLynx, based in Encino, CA, was developed by sneaker freak JC Cleare who was tired of having the clean look of his sneakers ruined by droopy laces.
Basset": The saggy baggy Basset hound / has ears that nearly touch the ground, / with mournful eyes and wrinkled skin / that hangs below his droopy chin.
A Droopy ears do block some sound, though the average dog's hearing is far better than ours.
Instead, the droopy mammoth Manny (voiced by Ray Romano), the caustic saber-toothed tiger Diego (Denis Leary) and the dopey sloth Sid (John Leguizamo) have figured out the doomsayers are right and the glaciers are melting.
To accomplish this, he plants mullein and Queen Anne's lace with large, droopy leaves to provide shade for beneficial insects.
Detectives are confident they will catch the distinctive-looking criminal who has a droopy left eye and red blemish on his chin which could be a birthmark.
Around February, some plants take on a sickly looking appearance: droopy or crunchy with brown or yellow foliage.
Forget Botox this is the new wonder ingredient being touted by the antiwrinkle brigade and it doesn't require needles or cause droopy brows
droopy eyes, protruding teeth, slobbering," said Dolph Pulliam, director of Drake's community outreach and development.
Similarly, Cabana, 2000, shows a poolside tryst partially visible through a droopy rosebush.
A burglar, described as "gormless-looking with droopy eyelids" , was spotted escaping from a house.