The action feels a bit dragged out, but junior high students will be entertained by Leon's wiseass
comments (with occasional profanity).
I got it because I'm a wiseass
,'' says the comedian, perhaps best-known for hosting the syndicated version of NBC's ``The Weakest Link.
I was a wiseass
who had no respect for any of that.
I figured this guy was a wiseass
so I asked one of those friendly London black cabbies to take me to the Final.
," you ask, "if you say they suck, why do you have so many?
If so, the other letters in that drawer were no doubt a lot like mine-except that they were not written by wiseass
Madonna was just what we wanted to be: cheeky, sexy, wiseass
During the long home stretch of his career, wiseass
critics too often wrote him off as a truculent malcontent, a social climber embittered by his exclusion from the world's pickiest clubs," Wolff writes in the preface.
As a medical student, I wrote in the somewhat obnoxious tones of the wiseass
novice who saw clearly the hypocrisies, pomposities and peculiarities of her elders.
Andrews's feeling tone (bitterness, humor, wiseass
lyricism) transcends determinate referentiality.
I couldn't tell what he said through the mask, but it sounded like, "Move along, wiseass
There had been some hilarity just a few minutes earlier, somebody saying So let's sum up our conclusions, then, and somebody else cracking Our conclusions are that we have to keep the newspaper safe for the family's profit margin, and amid the laughter and hooting Curley had risen from his chair, not wanting to lose the moment, not wanting the day to dissipate into wiseass
reportery banter about the fractious rich people who still own the Chronicle.
Leave It to Beaver's Eddie Haskell was a wiseass
and troublemaker, but he was someone else's kid, not a member of the central Cleaver clan.
In this version, Bazarov is simply an early Russian trial run of James Dean, a petulant wiseass
who dies young to be mourned by all those who didn't love him enough when they could have.
Teller ("Project X;' "The Spectacular Now") may be the least ironic or postmodern actor under 30 in movies today, and even though he's cultivated a persona of the fast-talking, joke-telling wiseass
who never takes things seriously, there's an underlying sweetness and sincerity to his work that shows us how all that bluster is just his character's defense against a profound fear of getting too close.