beer belly


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beer belly

slang A large and/or bulging stomach (as one might experience due to the frequent consumption of beer). If you don't get that beer belly under control, you'll be asked to play Santa Claus this year!
See also: beer, belly

beer belly

and beer gut
n. a large belly. You’re going to end up with a real beer belly hanging over your belt if you don’t let up on that stuff. How long does it take to grow a beer gut like that?
See also: beer, belly
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When he started training in spring, Jason, who is 5ft 10ins, weighed 15st and sported "a bit of a beer belly".
"There I was with my beer belly in this little shack in Sheffield where every time it rained you would be training in three feet of water.
"The beer belly is the result of associated factors such as continual snacking, unhealthy eating and lack of exercise."
Jacqueline Hewitt, dietician at the website, says: ``Whether it's a beer belly for men or a tummy on women, both sexes know that uncomfortable feeling of carrying extra weight round the middle.
Experts note that diet and exercise play a role in obesity, but recent studies indicate that some men may be genetically programmed to get a beer belly as they get older if they lead an unhealthy lifestyle.
Your own beer belly should pale into insignificance.
Whether you're a champagne charlie or the proud owner of a beer belly, the high levels of duty levied on booze lure thousands of Brits across the Channel every year looking for bargains.
Yes, Virginia, there really is a beer belly. A study of more than 12,000 U.S.
Most dispiriting are Lavin's pages on Hoch's big, dense Dada montages--notably the 1920-21 Dada-Ernst and the 1919-20 Cut with the Kitchen Knife Dada through the Last Weimar Beer Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany, both reproduced so poorly, in black and white and in color, that you can barely follow Lavin's readings.
We don't know where the term "beer belly" originated, but it has long been apparent that fat tends to accumulate in the most conspicuous places, most notably the abdomen and thighs.
OLYMPIC gymnast and Strictly star Louis Smith is hard at work to shift his beer belly before the end of the year.
Everybody jokes about it, but he just laughs it off and almost seems proud of his huge beer belly.
Imagine if you could get your hands on a fake beer belly that doubled as a drinks bladder - thus drinking and fitting in to the footie at the same time; well now you can with the 29.99-dollar beer belly drinking sack.
But the superslick hair, man bag and teeny waist are a far cry from the loveable Aussie once known for his messy blond locks, beer belly and permatan.