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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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Cinema a la Kuchar pivots on the dialectic between overblown fantasy and schlumpy reality, his films always working double time as documentaries of their own making.
They were a perfect pair of antagonists for the television public: Columbia University English professor Charles Van Doren, the tall, handsome scion of America's WASP cultural elite, and Herb Stempel, the short, schlumpy little Jew from Queens, working his way through the City College of New York.
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.
At customs, the contrast between their schlumpy clothes and luxury car puts the duo through frightening search-and-seizure methods before the officials suggest that, if they don't want to be hassled everywhere they go, they buy some threads commensurate with their wheels.
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.
begins on the set of "Being John Malkovich," the previous collaboration between screenwriter Charlie Kaufman and director Spike Jonze, with the schlumpy, self-deprecating scripter, as impersonated by Nicolas Cage, sitting on the sidelines.
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.
But things start to get interesting as we return to the present day and get involved in the story of the impending wedding between shrewish Wendy Watson (Katie Tomelty) and her schlumpy fiance, Derek (Richard Dormer).
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.
You have to admit," the pretty Caitlin tells the rather schlumpy Duncan, "our relationship was so much better when you were married.