He leads his willing accomplice (that voyeuristic straw man, the viewer) down the primrose path of poverty, male heterosexual anal eroticism, love, lust, Pollock, crapulous
neediness, and jubilant desperation.
Maybe you, too, have to be a crapulous
curmudgeon to share these opinions.
Of course, sudden intoxications have a way of turning crapulous
The winners of the new desk dictionaries (of their choice) are Geoff Martin, who entered crapulous
, and Linda Besnette, who chose mercenary.
Because what this crapulous
crew have conspired to do is to rob 14-year-old Charlotte of something which is not only priceless, but irreplaceable - her childhood.
Whereas if now no one can answer the question, "What in Scripture did Samson do?"--as happened in several literature classes of mine at Yale in 1990 (and the next day no one knew because no one had bothered to check!)--I daresay, soon it will be, "Who is Samson?" A ringing success has been made of the great anti-intellectualization of Christmas, not a holy day anymore, as was once commonly perceived, years ago, but rather a crapulous
, nondenominational holiday of dancing mice, elves, reindeer, snowmen, and the politically correct greeting, "Happy Holidays!"--a nonexistent phrase in a more forthright society twenty years ago.
Dylan Thomas was once called "an insolent ruffian" and a "crapulous
lout" by fellow bard Norman Cameron.