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  • n. a contemptible person


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  • Starting to allow words like "shitface" would be - well, like letting the men's final crowd bring their own pigeons.

    The Guardian World News

  • Fucking disgraceful shitface, yesterday was Memorial Day.

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  • The dust powdered the hood and windshield and the sun seemed nearly upon them, burning down so squarely and vastly he wanted to laugh in shitface fear.


  • Add the digits, reverse the result, see what you get, shitface.


  • Since the excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages is the state sport of Alaska-they'd challenge for the gold at the Drunkard Olympics, but'd lose major points to Ireland in the charm category-I've been pretty much teetotaling, out of sheer contrariness, not wanting to be just another shitface in the crowd.

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  • Except not, because they get to have ragers for their friends who don't have anywhere else to be, and those friends are going to get shitface drunk, because they're not in love.


  • But one thing that has not is the show's squeamishness about allowing Anglo-Saxon oaths to be aired - just as, in 1991, the word "WANKERS" was considered too strong for TV, so it was decided last week that the Oxford student who unscrambled the letters DTCEIASHF and came up with "shitface" was overstepping the mark

    The Guardian World News

  • Too bad the shitface of a politician who added this clauses is out of office since the government change.

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  • And if u shitface want to compare your galfren wid your country, try dying for your galfren as a lot of nepali people would die for their country.

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

  • You kind of remind me of him, especially when he was running and that guy handed him that rag with dog shit on it and he washed his face with it…you shitface.

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