dullsville


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dullsville

(ˈdəlzvɪl)
1. n. a dull place. This place is just dullsville!
2. n. something dull. When each movie I see turns into dullsville, I want to give up seeing them.
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DERANGED Meanwhile, most of the Weatherfield action revolves around dullsville little kids who either can't or won't act.
A trip to Dullsville 1 OK, no one ever said it was going to be the most exciting and thrilling rides trying to get out of the Championship, but despite the win, which was nice, the Cardiff performance against Reading left a lot to be desired in terms of, shall we say, entertainment.
It's certainly saved the season in the Scottish Premiership, where Celtic's runaway title success and Hearts' inevitable relegation would have made it Dullsville had this fight to avoid 11th spot not lit up the final weeks of the top-flight term.
Now, what started off as the Summer Vacation in Dullsville suddenly spirals into a deadly race to find a stolen artifact, avert a catastrophe, save a Celtic warrior princess, right a dreadful wrong and perhaps even get a date.
Thank goodness for Angie and her leg or it would have been completely dullsville.
As for Dullsville, Qatar's brand new modern art museum of exhibits showing nudity and an impromptu debate at a Blatter press conference concerning Qatar's acceptance of gay fans are the beginnings of the state's sexual awareness homecoming - and the start of drastic amendments to its culture and religious fabric.
Well, there are other places that can convey the same impression, and we're fast approaching that time of year when Newmarket assumes its alter ego of Dullsville, Suffolk.
That doesn't mean we're becoming more like Hamburg - just a bit less like Dullsville.
They start dating, and all's well in Dullsville until one of their midnight trysts is interrupted by the arrival of Alexander's cousin.
To lively, outer-London teenagers it looked like Dullsville with a capital Doh.
Maybe ITV could learn from that and do the same with the dullsville Champions League next season by restoring Coronation Street to Wednesday nights.
To the boys from a bustling American metropolis the sleepy German village may have seemed the ultimate Dullsville, and when the train back to Mannheim arrived in the station they "eagerly clambered aboard.
Pretty staid stuff - which is why, until the early 1970s, bonds were the Dullsville of the financial world: a no-risk, conservative investment for the country club set.
It's really dullsville if I go to the local telephone company and say, Hey Mr.