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schloomp

and schlump and shlump (ʃlump and ʃlʊmp)
n. a stupid and lazy person. (From German via Yiddish.) Tell that schloomp to get busy or get out.

schlump

verb
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It's a schlumpy guy in underpants in an all-women environment.
The transition to nonfiction was a natural one, since cinema a la Kuchar pivoted on the dialectic between overblown fantasy and schlumpy reality, the films always working double time as documentaries of their own making.
If your personal spin is to wear things that have holes or are dirty or shapeless, you're going to give the impression that you're schlumpy.
Originally, when I had Brad in the film, I had difficulty casting the politician because the dynamic of the pairing is meant to be a guy - Cal - who hasn't done so well in life, is schlumpy, lives in this crappy apartment.
Compared with the hip clientele, we felt a little schlumpy in our waterproof parkas, but we felt smart again when we paid our tab of $141.
As schlumpy as those guys are, they've already got the power.
In person, he's friendly but ill at ease, a schlumpy professor in chinos and a beige button-down, who dislikes being interviewed, he says, owing to a few bad experiences with reporters.
They want to paint a story that Jenoff was enamored with Nancy and the press, so he was creating another fantasy so he could get Nancy's attention when he's just a schlumpy, 54-year-old drunk.
Despite having a best-actor Oscar, when you look like Philip Seymour Hoffman -- a bit schlumpy -- it's hard to get those big-star roles.
To readers under a certain age (say, thirty-five), the name John Coplans probably conjures pictures of a hairy, schlumpy, climacteric bag of flesh.
Fellow author Jackie Collins made the scene, as did Lisa Rinna, Natalie Cole, Tom Poston and wife Suzanne Pleshette, and schlumpy Jon Lovitz.
Tarantino does one thing with absolute brilliance: he boxes talky, neurotic, bright but half-articulate, schlumpy characters into parallel orbits around an agreeable, slightly flammable, usually trendy topic - Madonna, TV chat shows, kinky sex, etc.
Most surprising was Paul Giamatti, the visual antithesis of his schlumpy film character in a well-tailored black Hugo Boss suit.
Having made a fateful detour in the '30s and '40s as a store designer, Lapidus knew how to create a merchandising environment to facilitate the theatricality of buying things, to make every customer feel special no matter how schlumpy.
agents are here represented by a couple of schlumpy German cops (one perpetually wearing a giant, ugly orange down jacket) whose dedication far outstrips their effectiveness.