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Muffin Tops And Moobs

Updated: 15:01, Monday October 02, 2006 Sky NewsHeiress Paris Hilton has been branded a celebutard, Posh Spice a tanorexic and Johnny Vegas mocked for his moobs, according to a new book.The derogatory phrases are some of the latest terms of abuse in
Celebutard – a blend of celebrity, debutante and retard – would be used to describe a celebrity noted for displays of stupidity.A combination of tan and anorexic – tanorexic – describes someone obsessed with always having a deep tan and keeping themselves ultra-thin.Meanwhile, contracting man and boobs into moobs is the new way to describe a man with breasts or, at least, untoned pecs.Socialite and singer Paris Hilton was branded a celebutard Other entries include muffin top – a roll of flesh hanging over skirts or trousers, especially when the midriff is exposed – and beigism, meaning a boring, middle-of-the-road attitude.The book, I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump, claims to list words and phrases that have entered the English language.The descriptions are taken from the Collins Word Web which monitors new words.Elaine Higgleton, of HarperCollins, who devised the guide, told the Daily Express: “English is eternally creative and terribly acquisitive.“This has always been the case but we have seen an explosion of words in the past 18 months.”                 More on This Story:

Guide To English Abuse

Updated: 12:28, Monday October 02, 2006The new book I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump features the latest insults to filter into the English language.They include: :: Lamestreamers – those uninitiated into the world of blogging who use traditional media.:: Stooze – the practice of using introductory interest free periods offered by credit card companies to borrow money to invest elsewhere for profit.:: Basbo – an anti-social behaviour order (ASBO) for the under 10’s.:: Butters – street slang for very ugly girls.:: Krump – to dance in a fast and aggressive style, mimicking a fight but remaining non-violent.:: Pram face – women who walk around with expressions resembling those of young single mothers from deprived backgrounds.:: Sadfab – acronym for ‘single and desperate for a baby’, used for women anxious about the clock ticking.:: Boden man – relatively affluent middle-class man who is disaffected with Blairite Britain (Boden is a catalogue clothes retailer which is supposedly favoured by middle-aged men).:: Ladults – Men aged over 30 still doing the activities they enjoyed as teenagers.:: Band aid baby – a new child to patch up a shaky marriage.:: Smirt – people who flirt while they smoke outside their office buildings or pubs.:: Peacocking – dressing outlandishly as a seduction strategy, as described in Neill Strauss’s book The Game. Sky News

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  1. whoa, you can poke someone’s eye out.

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