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- n. Somebody or something that screws.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, screws.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which screws.
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Stephen Colbert kept after BP this week, suggesting they have worse PR than every other major screwer-upper in America combined; Stewart was classically outraged at ...
Stephen Colbert kept after BP this week, suggesting they have worse PR than every other major screwer-upper in America combined; Stewart was classically outraged at the ludicrous actions of politicians; and Conan was still on tour.
| Reply | Permalink okay. now wallace is certifiable. you cannot argue with the crazy people demographic that actually voted for Alan Keyes. didn't alan keyes screwer James Dobson for supporting McCain, due to McCain's flip-flopping on society controling women's wombs?
My first excerpt (below) is about Dan "Da Vinci Code" Brown, my screwer-upper #100, by virtue of his meeting requirements (8) and (9) above.
My answer: Yes, but only about propagating the myth of an America dominated by liberals and distracting from the real screwer-uppers.
Or too fixated on Desperate Housewives / Xbox / missing-white-girl-of-the-week to really think about what a monumentally pooch-screwer he is.
Record an expert's macro and even the novice screwer will see a dramatic improvement, so they claim.
Travisss9: well, it wouldn't be so much gouging as a quick thrust and screwer tactic
In the Mexican system of "Macho" there are the screwer, and the screwee.
We are the screwer, you better believe it, and NAFTA is the latest and greatest shaft yet.