punk kid

punk kid

verb
See punk
See also: kid, punk
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established between the artist's skillful and intricate draftsmanship and a crude, childlike scrawl that I've never seen exhibited chez Pettibon, though it resonates 'vell with a hallmark of his work: the dumb sarcasm of the punk kid who is actually too smart for his own good.
When I was back in film school in the earlier '80s, I had a trendy haircut and was into punk rock music and used to be the arty punk kid, but I was not out at that time.
In retrospect, it makes sense that Bob Dylan's crew wouldn't want a punk kid like me messing with his instruments.
The 'Frida' star said that she was a punk kid and painted her spiked hair with blue spray.
But the folding stool, along with your big orange ID badge on its bright orange lanyard, was also a status marker: it showed that you were a pleb, a newbie, a punk kid.
My home borough is Queens, but sadly it was difficult for a punk kid to fit in there in the early 1980s, so I was driven to this place where people could be creative and express themselves without fear of reprisals.
But I sent him a letter very early on in the process and explained to him who this punk kid was who was taking over the role, at least for the time being.
Socialite Paris Hilton, who is no fan of plastic surgery "I am still, at heart - and always will be - just a punk kid with tattoos"
Written almost like diary segments, Montiel recounts his colourful life, from street punk kid to recording star.
I used to be just a punk kid and did all the drugs and stupid stuff early on.
Brain Magee is just another punk kid with a runny nose who suffers from 'Vander-fluenza'.
There are three different buddies you can choose from: The Business Man, The Redneck, and The Punk Kid.
I am still, at heart - and always will be - just a punk kid with tattoos" - Hollywood star Angelina Jolie, 33 (pictured).
He recently won critical acclaim, including an Independent Spirit Award, with the role of a bully who gets his comeuppance in the feature film Mean Creek and as a punk kid in Barbara Kopple's movie Havoc.
I think he was probably excited to see that some punk kid on a TV show was being compared to him.