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Shortand fat, particularly in comparison with something of more favourable dimensions.
- adjective slang, of a person
- adjective slang, mildly insulting Like a
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There's also a tit-for-tat quality to a lot of this: Oliver Stone's chumpy W versus the strong-jawed big-swinging-dick of 9/11: Time Of Crisis, for instance.
As a graduate of both the late-'90s tech bubble and the late-'80s comics boom, and as a market-averse twenty-something in search of a safe haven for his chumpy change, it wasn't long before I'd convinced myself that in the Kurtzman Estate, I was finally looking, at long last, at a 401 (k) I could actually believe in.
September 25th, 2008 at 12: 24 pm alas poor chumpy we picked thy carcass clean
This makes the chump bike tricks we used to do as kids look, well, pretty damn chumpy.
And while Kashkari is fast-becoming the douchey, cheating, chumpy face of the ever-changing and increasingly confusing bailout, his boss Henry Paulson is laying low and speaking at fundraisers, setting Kashkari up as the fall guy in case this whole bailout plan blows up in their faces.
IN THE HISTORY OF Computer Games, Vol. 1, there will almost certainly be an apologetic mention of a chumpy cartoon swinger named Leisure Suit Larry.
What's wrong chumpy, it's getting too burdensome for you? by Harold Smith on Wednesday, Jan 2, 2008 at 9: 06: 14 AM
Gettin 'mad are ya, chumpy? by Harold Smith on Wednesday, Jul 30, 2008 at 11: 34: 55 AM you're right, I'm done with him ... by scott creighton on Wednesday, Jul 30, 2008 at 10: 00: 42 AM
Yeah you're really full of yourself, chumpy. by Harold Smith on Wednesday, Jan 2, 2008 at 11: 08: 31 AM
I didn't say "paperless", chumpy. by Harold Smith on Sunday, Jan 20, 2008 at 10: 26: 55 PM