oddball


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a person who is appealingly odd or curious

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Also new this year to Oddball is Funny Or Die's'Oddball News Team' who will be cruising in a nostalgic 1978 van capturing exclusive coverage of the festival at various dates.
6 HANCOCK (2008) ODDBALL superheroes do not come much more dysfunctional than Will Smith's booze-guzzling, accident-prone crime fighter, but a PR man believes he can improve his public image.
I sat on that waterhole several more evenings, but Oddball had disappeared.
Bill Murray is on scene-stealing form as an oddball Vietnam vet |
The trial was a success, but Oddball could not be the penguins' permanent guard dog.
It is an oddball futuristic love story but also delightfully funny and genuinely touching, with Phoenix giving one of his best performances.
ODDBALL Eccentric Sam Rockwell befriends a youngster
Offbeat: David (Steve Pemberton) is one of five oddballs who are brought together by a sinister message.
TJ is baffled when the vice-principal asks him to be the fourth member of the school's Quiz Kids team--after all, he considers himself to be "incredibly average" and feels Seymour, an insatiable collector of oddball facts, would be a more knowledgeable player.
Surprisingly smooth swan song from the gruff oddball who wrote Nancy Sinatra's "Boots.
The 540,000 s/f building was sold by a CB Richard Ellis brokerage team led by Bill Shanahan and Darcy Stacom using an unusual single round sealed bidding process at the oddball sistence KIA that had prompted some brokers to question whether the property would yield top dollar.
The galaxy is populated by an oddball assortment of species on slow and fast time who, eons ago, could travel freely from one world to another via "wormholes" in space.
Q: What's the connection between Hustler's sexual content and the oddball political content, like Larry Flynt's JFK conspiracy theories?
An oddball interpretation of Dylan's ``Visions of Johanna'' doesn't quite click, but it's a noble experiment on an album otherwise marked by easygoing, gritty mastery.
Viewed as an oddball ever since its discovery in 1930, tiny Pluto loops around the sun in a highly tilted orbit relative to the orbits of earlier-named planets.