weirdo


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weirdo

(ˈwɪrdo)
n. a strange person. She is sure a weirdo lately.
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Following his single he released his debut mixtape "3000% Weirdo" in 2017.
Quite a 'weirdo' to try such stunts while driving and putting the lives of fellow drivers at risk too!
Mumbai: After Mumbai Police showed its disapproval of Dulquer Salmaan trying out "weirdo" stunts on roads, the popular actor said they should have checked some facts first and called himself "not a weirdo".
"That weirdo could be my dad," exclaimed Matilda (Lydia Wilson), who has been on a mission to uncover the mystery of the missing girl Carys - who may or may not be her.
"But now when we think about it he was such a reclusive weirdo, so maybe it isn't that surprising after all.
Weirdo Shrine, La Luz's second album, is therefore most welcome.
As for being a "sexual weirdo", there may be some purchase here.
Page 336, top: Raymond Pettibon, Page 336, bottom: Dash Snow, Page 337, top: Weirdo Dave, Page 337, bottom: Hamburger Twice-Tolled Bells, 1996.
Weirdo Calhoun and the Odd Men Out is a combination colorful picturebook and lively music CD about the weirdest kid of Squaresville, who zany antics bring adventure and wonder to his formerly dull and dreary hometown.
EVA Mendes is "such a weirdo" about her love life she can't bear to talk about boyfriend Ryan Gosling.
From that moment on, the two have worked together as pioneers of the underground comics world, creating comics that have been featured in Weirdo and The New Yorker.
'Silence of The Lambs' star Sir Anthony Hopkins was scared about looking like 'another weirdo' in new movie 'The Rite'.
Take the self-revelatory, folky "(Still A) Weirdo," in which she acknowledges that she's "still a weirdo, after all these years."
A companion to Jordan's Weirdo Deluxe (2005) this collection presents the quirky, creepy "low brow" art of 24 contemporary artists from the US and Canada, along with interviews.
Weirdo count Not weirdos but annoying city types who have stopped off on their way back to their trendy south London flat to shout things like ``great shot'' when it goes straight up in the air and ``I did not see that coming'' when it goes down a fielder's throat.