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someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric

someone deranged and possibly dangerous

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There are loads of honorary Weirdos too," giggles Massimo Siqnorelli.
Weirdos TV airs every Saturday night at 11:30 on MNN Channel 3
2 NEIL has started suggesting a bit of role play to add spice to their sex life but Lisa says dressing up is for weirdos.
All kinds of weirdos, wackos, whatever, were involved with us," he confides.
After collaborating with her husband for years as his "glorified stylist," Arbus pulled what we now recognize as the classic fashion move of seeking art and "realness" via weirdos.
According to Melvin Greep of Omaha, Nebraska, "These three weirdos came out of nowhere on this balloon.
Barry, 31, hit out during a tour of Canada this week, saying: "You've a lot of weirdos out there like Criss Angel and David Blaine.
San Francisco's arty synth weirdos Tuxedomoon check in with ``Bardo Hotel'' (Crammed Disc; $16.
This has all the wacky weirdos from the first series too DVD Extras: Nonestated.
One of my things is that when I write I just go crazy usually; "I gotta make it so that nobody likes it, so that only three weirdos in a basement can listen to this.
As warped exhibitionist Janet Charlton begins a five-year sentence for butchering her lover with an axe, we can reveal how sexual weirdos like her revel in making love to strangers in the car parks of nature reserves, picnic sites, seafronts and even a SUPERMARKET.
The strong tendency from journalists [is] to think that we're from outer space, or they seem to experience us as weirdos or maniacs," Siggi says, laughing in typically unflappable style.
Guggenheim's astute descriptions of Vail ("I felt when I walked down the street with him that he might suddenly fly away"), Beckett (he had "awful crises, when he felt he was suffocating," which had to do with his "terrible memory of life in his mother's womb"), and Pollock ("a trapped [alcoholic] animal who should never have left Wyoming"), among other avant-garde weirdos, make this quite clear.
Saturday's lineup includes Rilo Kiley, John Cale, Jason Falkner, Freda Payne, plus others; Sunday has the New York Dolls, Chaka Khan, Suicide Girls, the Weirdos and more.
Go to a Satanist meeting and you'll see weirdos pouring scorn on the cult of Christ and the Madonna.