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brat

A popular term for an unpleasant, ill-tempered child; a spoilt and self-centred, ill-mannered person.
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Maybe their parents could clean up these spoilt brats' mess as I am sure they would not like their street left in the mess we have to put up with.
BRATS will focus on mental health in an aim to encourage people to speak up about their own experiences and share their points of view with individuals who may be struggling to explain what they are going through.
In his BRATS opening remarks, Boy emphasized the need for people to talk to each other.
'Itong mga komunista they are spoiled brats. Akala mo sila 'yung nasa gobyerno kung mag-make ng demands,' Duterte said during the launch of 'Hardin ng Lunas' livelihood program at the Presidential Security Group compound in Malacanang.
Collins, Colorado-based mobile brat food truck operator Common Link, the principals said.
The Hollywood Brats had been named The Queen before a name change.
These brats commence their racing after about 11pm and continue until early morning, especially at weekends.
Doug manned one side of the cart, grilling dogs and brats and buttering rolls; Nancy worked the other side, filling rolls with lobster and placing them on beds of potato sticks in boat-shaped paper trays.
"Gold'n Plump consumers told us they're looking for healthier alternatives to pork brats and sausages," says Sara Danforth, new product development manager for the Saint Cloud, Minn.-based company.
She said: "I wasn't a brat. None of the artists I grew up with were brats - the Ushers, the Brandys, the TLCs.