from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A filthy or vile person.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A dirty, grimy, sleazy, or disreputable person
- n. A poor climber, alpinist, skier or other outdoorsman who lives cheaply, without normal employment, and with few amenities in order to spend as much time on their sport as possible. Used praisingly.
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Although, I must say using the term 'dirtbag' is quite lame - another sign Tracey isn't feeling well.
And it would be good for ratings to take a dump when that dirtbag is allowed to spew his lies.
He's been missed, and his return would be good for the Blazers and for the City - maybe we could get him to run for Mayor when the incumbent dirtbag is removed.
Although your reply is more creative than it would have been to simply call me a 'dirtbag' - you must be feeling better.
But not as bad as gross Colin dirtbag – what’s his name?
C’mon, there’s no way this dirtbag is going to cop to his criminal activity and lying to the GJ and FBI.
This lying dirtbag is funded by Exxon Mobil and other fossil fuel producers (through their proxies, of course) to lie about global warming science (many of Seixon’s bogus criticisms echo Milloy).
The dead guy was a dirtbag, which is always fine with me.
I envision the 'dirtbag' comment being made as Ty munches down on a honey-dipped donut right in front of Tracey.
An anonymous Best Buy salesman objects to being called a "dirtbag" above -- he says that it's not known among the sales staff that they are participating in a enormous, systematic fraud on Best Buy customers who were being deliberately deceived by an illegal, unethical fake website:
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