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sofa spud

(ˈsofə ˈspəd)
n. someone who spends a great deal of time sitting and watching television. (A play on couch potato.) Sofa spuds have been getting a lot of attention in the newspapers.
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spud

(spəd)
1. n. a potato. Mashed spuds are the best of all.
2. n. vodka. (Presumed to be made from potatoes.) She keeps a big jug of spud in the reefer and drinks it like water.
3. n. a vodka drunkard. That silly spud thinks we can’t smell what’s on her breath.
4. n. a short person. (Also a term of address.) He can jump pretty high for a spud.
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The company also sells eerily lifelike marionettes of sports figures, so even if the spud doesn't suit the team, he at least serves as a recognizable calling card that paves the way for other sales.
Consider: 1kg of spuds in their natural state costs, say, 60p and work out for yourself how this compares in value with 88 grams of pre-packed powder at 69p, giving, it's claimed, three reasonable helpings of re-constituted spud.
Six-month-old cross-breed Spud is recovering at home in Godregraig, Wales.
Shop worker Jenna took six-month-old Spud to a vet who inserted a tiny camera into the foot-long puppy's stomach.
Spud Crispies[TM] offer operators quick cooking convenience and can be served either baked or fried.
Spud is an elegant imported Polish vodka launching into a new flavor frontier at the high-end of the vodka category featuring Spud Ginger Lemongrass, Red Hot Chili Pepper, and Heirloom Tomato," said Schwartz.
At eight years old, most breeds are slowing down but Spud, being owned by a gamekeeper, is a very fit and lively dog.
Called the Phureja, the South American spud has golden-coloured flesh and a slightly sweet taste.
Spud has acquired his nickname, as he will frankly tell you, because at the age of 14, his balls have not descended and he has no hair on his testicles.
It's called the Spud Club, an association to further the benefits of being a couch potato.
SHE may have the very down-toearth name Spud - but she will go down in history alongside such Liverpool legends as Red Rum and the Beatles.
Baking the ultimate baked potato is easier and safer for your health with Spud Spikes Baked Potato Nails.
The humble spud came to me in many forms as crisp, chip, potato bread, potato cake, mashed or boiled.
Coventry pensioner Tony McGregor has given his sidekick Spud Murphy a suitable hat and flag to celebrate England's patron saint.
Spud, 37, said last night: 'I thought it was a joke it's the chance of a lifetime.