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bowser

Someone deemed ugly, typically a woman. That chick's a real bowser, so I bet even you could probably get her number.

bowser

(ˈbɑʊzɚ)
n. a person with a dog face or ugly face. (Typically applied to females.) Fred went out with a real bowser but said he had a good time anyway.
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city officials on Tuesday to discuss logistical costs, a Bowser administration official said.
The duo arrived at a site in Shelley at 1.25pm on Tuesday, reversed between two bigger vans and hooked up a bowser (small tanker) to a white Citroen or Peugeot van.
Kolkata, June 11 (ANI): Passengers of a Singapore Airlines plane had a narrow escape when a bowser caught fire seconds before it was to start refuelling the plane at the international airport in Kolkata on Wednesday night.
Sofina Meah collects water from a bowser in Gurnos, Merthyr Tydfil, after a breakdown at the Pontsticill treatment works stopped supplies PICTURE: Andrew Davies [umlaut]
"We would simply ask any customer who sees a bowser while on their travels to give our bowser line a call on 0845 602 2055."
Putting his money where his newsletter is, in 1986 Max invested $4,454 of his own money in a Bowser portfolio that in 10 years (1996) reached almost $40,000.
Grandmother Louvaine Whiles, 72, of Hartford Crescent, said: "It is ridiculous because they brought a bowser in, people are coming from all over the place to use it and there is no water in it.