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As for being an arsehole, clearly that's not a divine right.
I'm doing this for artists." Simon Cowell: "No, you are being a complete arsehole."
"I forgot my inflatable Michael Gove, which is a shame 'cause halfway through he disappears up his own arsehole." - Kevin Day 9.
A crowd of cameo characters fill her workplace: Chris Bunce, the office DOA (Designated Office Arsehole) and her boss, Clark Cooper (Grammer), a hatchet-faced autocrat with a regal sense of privilege to dispense favour.
Snider was an arsehole but he was also a broken person, so when you saw him getting vulnerable, you felt compassion.
I've always looked up to Jake in a kind of arsehole father-figure way.
Among the book's disclosures is that the service's first director-general, Captain Vernon Kell, tried to alert Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain to the Nazi threat in the 1930s by telling him that Hitler regularly referred to him as an "arsehole".
Kershaw, 48, had also admitted sending text messages "of an abusing nature" aimed at the couple to his two children, and being drunk and disorderly outside Peel police station on November 7 - where he said to the officers: "You're an idiot" and "You're an arsehole".
Yeah, basically it was mainly about me being in, I was a bit of an arsehole there.
(1) 'trrrrrraou de kiou' means, literally, 'arsehole'--more or less.
(145.) The one exception which proves the rule is found at the end of Adagia 3977, entitled "Lucernam accendere possis," ASD, 2, 8, where Erasmus uses the word "frons" as a euphemism for gat (anus, arsehole) in his translation of a "sordid" Dutch proverb.
A total arsehole. You can quote me, my name is Michael Foster."
Viewers heard "...but this arsehole I'm married to, he goes, 'Oh I want to go skiing, oh okay, I want to go to Europe...'" When she realized she was on the air, newspaper reports said, she was "visibly shocked." (Sydney Morning Herald 6/26)
Fischer, a college dropout in a country where politicians and businessmen take pride in being addressed by their academic titles (as in Herr Doktor Kohl), was a '60s radical who, in 1980, opposed turning the Greens into a political party and was once ejected from the Bundestag for calling the speaker an "arsehole." His new three-piece suits are symbolic of the '60s radical left's shift into mainstream institutions.
"For example, a few months before the murder on 8 December last year, she told John he needs to sort himself out because he's getting more and more of an arsehole and he should f**k off to his house because he's a bully and should stop calling her just to talk s**t.