dullsville


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dullsville

1. A very boring place or thing. This town is dullsville—we've got to get out of here the minute we're done with high school. I couldn't watch the last season of that show—it really devolved into dullsville.
2. A state or condition of boredom or tedium. The mail room is nothing but dullsville—you don't want to spend your whole summer working here.

dullsville

(ˈdəlzvɪl)
1. n. a dull place. This place is just dullsville!
2. n. something dull. When each movie I see turns into dullsville, I want to give up seeing them.
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As for Dullsville, Qatar's brand new modern art museum of exhibits showing nudity and an impromptu debate at a Blatter press conference concerning Qatar's acceptance of gay fans are the beginnings of the state's sexual awareness homecoming - and the start of drastic amendments to its culture and religious fabric.
Well, there are other places that can convey the same impression, and we're fast approaching that time of year when Newmarket assumes its alter ego of Dullsville, Suffolk.
That doesn't mean we're becoming more like Hamburg - just a bit less like Dullsville.
If he wanted to invoke the advancing French armies, he could add a narrator saying "Here come the French!" Dullsville. Perhaps a way to accomplish the same ends would be to include a readily recognizable French theme at the appropriate moments.
And in the wake of the famed Village Gate's demise, the whole downtown area was dullsville, to say the least.
To fully appreciate the change that his Christmas party brought to Worcester, here is an eyewitness description of Christmas day here in 1850, four years before: "The courts were in session on that day, the markets were open, and I doubt if there ever had been a religious service on Christmas Day, unless it were Sunday, in that town." Strictly Dullsville.
Yet the very "Dullsville" websites that receive such complaints are nonetheless workhorses that refer very heavy traffic to content in demand.
She dresses in black spandex with skull hairpins and a bat necklace and except for her bff (best friend forever) Becky she is an outcast in the town of Dullsville. Her life changes with the arrival of Alexander, a tall, handsome guy from Romania who lives in a spooky old mansion overlooking the graveyard.
Back-to-school is all Dullsville? Step out on the town with some fabulous bling!
Production package captures the dullsville atmosphere of a nondescript working-class Texas town.
There was a San Diego Charger in those days named Dickie Post who wore his hair even longer than Namath and used lingo like "dullsville" A Pittsburgh Steeler named John "Frenchy" Fuqua was famously photographed in Sports Illustrated wearing platform shoes in the style popular among hipster men at the time, except that his had water and a goldfish in the heel.
"One of them Dad, your cars are dullsville," Frey says, "and they were right.
Local officers--Gary Raymond and Akmal Saleh (the actors charmingly hold onto their real names, which bodes well for the honesty of the piece) are moping constables in dullsville. These hapless coppers spend their languorous sunshining days investigating the whereabouts of lost dogs.