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Synonyms for roadhog

a driver who obstructs others


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Va, Reinhardt, Roadhog, Winston and Zarya in the lineup of heroes that act as tank.
Seeing a roadhog idiot grasping one of those and shouting in frustration at being unable to cause mayhem would make my day.
ROADHOG parents are putting children in danger with their selfish behaviour outside school gates, a Birmingham MP has warned.
Yet he's no roadhog, no Mr Toad, He's the ultimate gentleman of the road, Should you break down and need to be towed, He'll share your burden and lighten your load.
Gear host Jeremy Clarkson he's not just a roadhog as causes mayhem on the high He swapped supercars for a jet on holiday in Barbados.
I was sitting in O'Blimey's listening to two sales reps comparing the size of their cars and arguing about whether the GTi twin-cam 16v Roadhog was better than the 2 o.
But we reckon it could have meant that poor old Noel gave his kid brother a shot of his Roller and roadhog Liam drove it into a pool by accident
28, a week after season three ends, is expected to bring decline to Roadhog with Bastion becoming picked more frequently.
Little Cerys was left brain damaged, paralysed and unable to breathe without a ventilator, but the arrogant roadhog who caused her so much harm is now free to resume his playboy lifestyle.
TOP Gear host Jermey Clarkson proves he's not just a roadhog as he causes mayhem on the high seas.
In the past, if a driver cut you up, most people would have just raised their eyebrows and called them a roadhog.
ROADHOG David Cameron was branded arrogant by an angry pedestrian yesterday after he jumped a red light on his bike.
Once the forces of law (one for the rich) and disorder confirmed that granny was indeed the Queen they touched their forelocks and let the regal roadhog drive on.
On the trail of the unnamed evil that habitually seeks out losers is frantic roadhog Debi (Vivica A.
We can even take credit for the first automobile accident - a 19th century roadhog John Scott Russell caused it.