whiner


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a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining

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The Whiner, still alone, still loudly desperate, has turned to ManHunt (where his main photo is, to put it in a genteel fashion, a physical representation of his emotional need, taken from behind).
Ordway, who is on vacation this week and couldn't be reached for comment, came up with the idea and the name for the Whiner Line.
Establishing an open-door policy with employees will go a long way to preventing others from listening to the Whiner.
I goal when you've got a whiner in your life is to not get trapped by them," says Marie McIntyre, Ph.
The pair have since given different versions of the incident at Sawgrass - and Woods labelled Garcia a whiner.
What a whiner you are, always banging on about how S4C doesn''t cater for you English-only speakers, then when they offer it to you, it's still not good enough.
I guess you could say I'm a bit of a whiner myself.
Eventually, you will be shunned as a whiner and complainer.
With a high energy delivery and cheeky banter, Nelson had the crowd guffawing with his send-ups of Ms Dynamite, Coldplay and head whiner Alanis Morissette.
Tired of that whiner Carrot Top and his long-distance hawking?
Time to say adios to being a whiner and, hello to being a winner.
By then, the amount of buzz you've generated to focus attention on your problem will brand you as a whiner.
In making these assertions, I am not being a curmudgeon, a whiner or a spoilsport.
Blissfully tone-deaf, he writes as if unconscious of how a phrase like "Surely pity for a whiner of my magnitude must be impossible" echoes differently in the corridors of power than when it is overheard by someone who really has something to whine about.
One grebe died, but Whiner appeared to be thriving under Anderson's care.