and Themis drive to a motel, rather than a hotel, with no more than "Where's the hotel?
DUG UP: Antique bottles recovered from Hearsall Common HARMLESS: The diggers at work on Hearsall Common LOTTA BOTTLE: Bottle diggers Dweeb
(top) and Adam Slater on Hearsall Common with a haul of antique clay pipes thought to date back to the Victorian period
Harper, vice president of the research firm Belden Associates, says he was surprised at how much reaction he had from editorial page editors and writers at the Dweeb
Fest when he spoke about readership.
hit back, saying: "The council have explained in their own words why we are doing it this way, because if we asked for permission they would say no.
He'd be the biggest dweeb
on the block, but I think I could do it.
But most of all, the long-term gain is that no one would ever think of an editorial writer as a dweeb
or nerd again.
Recruiting Lew as well as bored dweeb
Simon ("Arrested Development's" Tony Hale), who runs the strip mall's video store, Andy solves very silly crimes, such as the murder of an obese stud muffin with multiple lovers (his death scene parodies "Platoon") and another involving "a murderous chicken cartel.
Well, you have to be up to speed on the latest slang if you don't want to be a dweeb
And if you aren't just dying to get your hands on the gnarly new Classic NES Limited Edition GBA SP, you're a total dweeb
But what on Earth was The X Factor's dad-dancing dweeb
doing at the helm of a proper programme?
The formulaic script--which Anders and producer John Morris adapted from the novel "All the Way" by Andy Behrens--intros 18-year-old Ian Lafferry (Josh Zuckerman) as a soft-spoken, sweet-natured dweeb
who's eager to relieve himself of his virginity.
In ``School for Scoundrels,'' opening Friday, a hopeless dweeb
played by ``Napoleon Dynamite's'' Jon Heder takes a shady extension course that promises to turn him from a loser into a lion.
Still fretting over his children's inheritance, Theo Paphitis told some dweeb
with a ludicrous exploding confetti machine: "I was disappointed by the climax.
and like-minded people have spent that last five years accessing a variety of buildings destined for demolition.
High school dweeb
Rick Riker (Drake Bell, of Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh") has lived with dear Aunt Lucille (Marion Ross) and Uncle Albert (Leslie Nielsen) since his parents died.