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someone who drops things (especially one who cannot catch a ball)

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"Good on ya, Butterfingers!" came the shout from the crowd.
Its rigid structure ensures it is butterfingers proof.
Unbelievably, Gunn's butterfingers cranked up the tension yet further, but Shrubsole got the job done with her fifth wicket in 19 balls sparking celebrations on the pitch and bedlam in the packed stands.
Toppings run from high-end classics (vanilla bean and peanut butter) to trashy and fun (Pop Rocks and Butterfingers)
Mejias was superb at Manchester City and United last season but for some he is forever labelled butterfingers from his debut.
Special 10 Butterfingers; 9 Wipeout; Total 8 Noriega; Manuel 7 I; Elizabeth 6 India; to Passage A5 Silk; 4 Michigan; 3 Ivanisevic; Goran 2 Prosecco; 1 ANSWERS:
Arbilo never realized he had a talent for the arts until he discovered he had butterfingers as a housekeeper, but could hold steady a camera and train its lens on subjects that come out as beautiful compositions.
"I was lucky to get through that spell." Riaz finished with two for 54 but he should have had more wickets, with Sohail Khan displaying similar butterfingers to Rahat when he dropped Glenn Maxwell late in the innings.
Then you can top it off with 800-or-so calories in a Hand-Spun Shake that blends Haagen-Dazs ice cream with delicacies like Butterfingers or Oreos.
Come in, come in, Hester just had one of her little accidents, always a butterfingers,' he laughed.
BUTTERFINGERS Jonny Wilkinson dropped a clanger as he promoted next year's Rugby World Cup.
It was the 41-year-old keeper's first league appearance for Chelsea - and proof that bench rust can cause butterfingers.
The research conducted by Brighton and Sussex Medical School found that four in ten females described themselves as butterfingers compared with just one in four men, Metro.co.uk reported.
MRC employees served the Ice Cream and each had a toppings station, ranging from Butterfingers to gummy bears.
or perhaps a selection of strawberry creams, Snickers and Butterfingers.