Themis takes off her skirt; Dweeb
rips off his shirt, yanks off his shoes, peels his socks and rids himself of his encumbering pair of pants and underwear.
While it was a hoot, its self-effacing symbolism nonetheless spoke volumes about how many editorial writers view themselves: as dweebs
We walk through the site as Dweeb
, obviously an incredibly passionate individual, tells me about the history.
RANDY WEINER describes himself as a 'skinny little dweeb
who isn't cool at all'.
Plus, there are the requisite scenes in which the dweeb
acts like a macho man and the dumb girl proves she had hidden talents.
It's a big step for Dweeb
(left), who recently signed to Risen Records.
These days, the average teen Goth skateboard vampire dweeb
at Royal Exchange Square in Glasgow sports more ironware on their bits and bobs than last year's Festival freak show.
Tons of flattering screen time for Essex's dimmest dweeb
as the producers desperately try to turn him into a fully-fledged in-house ITV star.
A charity night in aid of the festival is being held at The Fletch Pub, on the A45, Tile Hill, Coventry, and features guitarist The Celturian, Coventry indie pop rockers Little Girl Screaming, rock band dweeb
and local singer/songwriter and GFactor winner Allan Britten.
ORDINARILY, when a supermodel is approached in the street by an unshaven dweeb
with a dodgy haircut, she calls for help.
Roy, a bit of a trainspotter it has to be said, wanted nothing other than a faithful re-enactment, and was assisted in his efforts by an annoying little dweeb
from the Weatherfield Historical Society.
On to Ms C's fine romance with her fellow N Dubz dweeb
, whose intrepid journey featured in the Telegraph last week, still refuses to reveal his identity, apart from being 21 and originally from Nuneaton.