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tard

n. a person who behaves as if retarded. (see also retard. Derogatory and potentially cruel.) You tard! Why did you do that?
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Just a few months ago, Grumpy Cat shot to fame when her owners, Bryan and Tabatha Bundesen, posted photos of Tard on Reddit, which went viral almost immediately.
Bow hunting die-hards who live in the Midwest, the site's namesakes offer Internet surfers hunting tips, Hunting 101 ``for beginners advice on bowhunting for deer'' that includes a section titled ``A Deer and its Stomachs,'' and ``Tall Tales from Mongo and Tard.
While the editors have retained his chronicle of rioting of the Tard Avises at the end of the sixteenth century and the peasant movements of the mid-seventeenth century (Perigord and Quercy between 1637 and 1641), his studies of the rebellions in the Guyenne in 1635 and Saintonge in 1636, popular participation in the events of the Fronde in Aquitaine, and the last uprising of the Tard-Avises of Quercy in 1707 have been omitted.
Leinster etait devenu champion d'Europe trois semaines plus tard en ecrasant l'Ulster 42-14.
Selon la feuille de route annoncee par ce Conseil, il doit former son gouvernement au plus tard un mois apres l'annonce de la liberation de la Libye, proclamee officiellement le 23 octobre trois jours apres la mort de Mouammar Kadhafi et la chute de son dernier bastion de Syrte.
Super spazzy tard rock ("I'm Addicted to Cheese," "(I've Got) Icicles on My Testicles," "Shittin' Party," "Barney Rubble is my Double," "I Say That on Purpose to Bug You"--get the idea?