weirdo


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someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric

someone deranged and possibly dangerous

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While others are quick to blame Steve for the smash, at least Michelle finally knows why he's been acting like such a weirdo.
Kylie told her fans, who she describes as her lovers, "I love 1,033,861 of you lovers, but one is not a lover, just a deluded weirdo making threats.
I filmed right around the corner and I did often go in front of her building and just stand around and loiter, like some weirdo, hoping to pick up something left in the air, some kind of magic left behind," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Sunday Times Culture magazine.
Floating disembodied all over the screen, Head Weirdo Jeremy X spews out a stream of bizarre flowing words and visuals, accompanied by improvisational electronic musical creations, and incorporating phone calls from viewers and Internet guests.
You also missed out the important lyric, 'I'm a weirdo, what the hell am I doing here?
And Joe Meek, who produced Johnny Remember Me, he's a posthumous Weirdo.
But doesn't it say a lot about our game when Collins (left) is seen as some sort of weirdo because fitness and a healthy lifestyle form a big part of his life?
WELL, a Frankie Dettori fantasy is a new one on me too, Lisa, but it doesn't make Neil a weirdo or a freak - just a little, er, eccentric.
His barrister, Byron Broadstock, alleged the girl's story had started as just a 'tale to tell her friends' about a man they for some reason had a fixation about and thought of as the local weirdo.
Allan Brocka a self-described weirdo, he's not too smart.
Indeed, the decision to mount a Crumb exhibition seemed a fitting one for the Ludwig, whose collection of Pop (the largest outside the United States) includes work by artists like Oyvind Fahlstrom, who makes explicit reference to Crumb, as well as by such Pop descendants as Raymond Pettibon, who appeared in Crumb's magazine Weirdo in 1985.
What bothered him most is that it no longer seems possible to oppose the homosexual juggernaut without being denounced as a weirdo, a dinosaur, a lunatic, a homophobe, and being threatened with legal action.
Another inspired riff is an attack on the sainted (and government-hating) Henry David Thoreau for being a self-involved weirdo.
00pm This is the remake with Nicolas Cage as the weirdo copper who investigates a crime on a remote island full of utterly weirdo weirdies.
YOU are not a weirdo - you just have a pretty well-developed shoe fetish.