hygienically challenged

hygienically challenged

Euph. [of a person] dirty. (Jocular.) Bill always smells terrible. He must be hygienically challenged. A couple of the kids in my class are, let us say, hygienically challenged.
See also: challenged
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However, as the first run of this series proved, sometimes the obsessively clean and the (ahem) hygienically challenged can learn a thing or two from each other about how their attitudes to housework are affecting their lives.
He's handsome, he's talented, his teeth are whiter than icebergs, and he doesn't appear hygienically challenged.
Period drama-makers have been all too happy to remind us of these less hygienically challenged times, when the unadulterated foul nature of this land was green, but far from pleasant.
I thought it was too strong and smelled like mouthwash - maybe that's a plus for some hygienically challenged blokes, though.
Instead, she ends up with a hygienically challenged ogre and his donkey.
At the scene, the stringy- haired, hygienically challenged Jed (Rhys Ifans) meets Joe's gaze and asks him to pray.
The private eye smoothly establishes rapport with a hygienically challenged aging but observant elevator man and a similarly discerning ex-jockey turned chauffeur.
Instead, she ended up with a hygienically challenged ogre and his wisecracking donkey sidekick.
As an undercover cop, he gets to play broad characters such as a flamboyant, leopard-spot-wearing pimp named Silky Smove and a hygienically challenged old man who is looking for love in all the wrong places.
On his airplane Thursday night, he ventured to the back of his campaign plane, offering reporters trick-or-treat plastic pumpkins brimming with deodorant and toothbrushes for the hygienically challenged trip ahead.