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dirtbag

n. a low, worthless person. Spike is a slimy dirtbag, and I want him put away for good.
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Jose Chavez added a two-run home run in the first inning for Eugene, which trailed 5-4 in the seventh inning when the Dirtbags scored four runs on a pair of Challengers errors and three walks.
Speaking about their 2000 breakthrough hit, frontman Brendan Brown said: "We really don't run into people who don't like Dirtbag, including us.
Teenage Dirtbag was an international hit, topped music charts around the world and can currently be heard in the UK on the new Match.
Four dirtbags total go in the bag, good for many, many crimes.
Heck, I think she shoulda called in an air strike on those dirtbags from two kilometers away.
THE article by the Journal's business editor, Graeme Whitfield is spot on (These wretched dirtbags have no place in business - or anywhere, October 27).
The Challengers (23-21) will play the Dallas Dirtbags (30-8) at 1 p.
THE original teenage dirtbags Wheatus are back and will commemorate their 10th anniversary with a gig at the O2 Academy on June 10.
Two dirtbags show up at this nice middle-class house in the 'burbs, one dressed like a delivery guy.
ROCK fans and teenage dirtbags alike will be thrilled by the forefathers of spandex-wearers' debut DVD.
The teenage dirtbags of the pop world include Beck.
The Titans (17-19) took a 17-3 loss in seven innings against the Dallas Dirtbags (28-7).
Singer brendan b brown, centre front, with the rest of the band who celebrated their 15th anniversary last year SEEING One Direction turn into Teenage Dirtbags has given Wheatus a new lease of life.
Long Beach State 3-10, UCLA 2-3: The Dirtbags improved to 6-0 against Pac-10 teams in 2008 after sweeping Saturday's doubleheader against the visiting Bruins.