salad dodger

salad dodger

A popular derogatory term for an overweight person; a person who shuns healthy foods.
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The last three Wimbledon winners - Jaytee Jet, Rio Quattro and Salad Dodger - are all sorts who you wouldn't necessarily associate with brute early speed, which in a way pays further testament to just how demanding a Derby campaign can be.
BILLY VUNIPOLA has been hiding from his mum's cooking and insists his days as a salad dodger are over as he trims down ahead of the World Cup.
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25) has an ideal draw in Trap 4 and can lead all the way from main rival Salad Dodger.
Collett, who sent out the Kincraig Rory to take fourth behind Salad Dodger in the final two years ago, joked: "No need to interview me, he's just a grader
BY DAVE MITCHELL SATURDAY'S William Hill Greyhound Derby provided one of the most remarkable rags-toriches stories in the history of sport with the sensational win of Salad Dodger.
Particularly in view of rising fuel costs, why should someone who looks after themselves pay the same airfare, and have the same luggage, as some salad dodger in the next seat (or seats)?
The 16-1 shot Salad Dodger bids to cause a surprise for rookie trainer Bruno Berwick, while 25-1 outsider Kincraig Rory bids to give Tony Collett his first Derby victory.
Tables are laden with the exact equivalent of the unfortunate's intake and the smug 'expert' leads the poor salad dodger around like a naughty child.