Did you mayhaps mean thick?
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“For someone to say they don't care for reading labels them as some kind of thickie pariah, fair game for any insult.”
“The new school leaving age would be nine, with "thickie" children forced to take up manual labour.”
“It even juxtaposed two extracts - one from Theory of War, the other ostensibly the opening paragraph of Bleedout it is actually from later in the book under the headline "Dumbing down" - as if to suggest the fumes had made Brady a literary thickie.”
“Adrian Sanders MP, the progressive rock devotee and proud thickie, has overstepped the mark here.”
“The second part an utterly embarrassing piece of solidarity with the solider-than-life, three short planks of a self-serving thickie, old spanker and asbestos apologiser.”
“Meanwhile, concerned to show the world that he certainly isn't (despite popular opinion) a thickie pariah, George tells us what he's taking along as holiday reading.”
“Be careful what you wish for ....... let's remember that Labour had a fat, self-serving, two faced, useless, snout in the trough thickie who was deputy of the party and the government and look at the damage he did. ffs, he's apparently going to the HoL for being a cretin.”
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