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We look forward to the first annual Tossers Award Shows which has already grabbed the attention of thousands because it clearly captures the spirit of online animation.
If something seems too good to be true it generally is, as tossers are fond of saying.
He told them: ``You're all a bunch of tossers and I won't be seeing you when I get out of here.
Film enthusiasts and hooligans alike have been busy casting their votes for their favorite Tossers nominees since March 1.
Near the end of the year, after weeks of warnings, the California Highway Patrol will start issuing up to $1,000 fines to trash tossers.
The song is a familiar tale of booze and horses, and is performed by the interestingly named Chicago-based punk/folk group The Tossers, whose album Agony has been receiving great reviews from those who like that sort of thing.
TALKING of arrogant tossers, what are we to make of Dundee City Council who have ordered pubs to go smoke free if kids are coming in for Christmas dinner?
They gather en masse, anoint themselves with puerile acronyms, the PESTS, for that's what they are or, as they throw their balls into the air to determine their partnerships, the Tossers.
Can you imagine what it would be like living in London if that bunch of precious, overpaid tossers win the World Cup?
These tossers are in Israel bringing shame on Scotland, and UEFA and Rangers should take tough action.
The only good thing about it all is that the characters are such a bunch of tossers, you're quite happy to see them dispatched.
I wonder what the tossers who slag him off have achieved in the past 10 years?
IN a dense air of power chords, the moshers, the rockers and the spiked hair tossers clamber upon each other in a scramble for a glimpse, a glimpse of that all-so-famous red capped hero named Fred.
Bush would do well to remember the ancient Confucius saying which goes: "The man in the White House is a complete diddy and those tossers in Florida who couldn't even vote properly have a lot to answer for".
And with her love of Scotland, she could be expected to put in a good word for the caber tossers who she has often seen in action at Highland games.