Noun(1) (Yiddish(2) obscene terms for penis
(1) I am totally free to play games, read, putz around with my site, organize my MP3s, surf the web, watch movies or sleep.(2) ‘But a good looking putz ,’ he joked, kissing my cheekbone gently.(3) Usually I would pass on a crazy broad like this but no woman was going to treat me like a putz .(4) Unfortunately, he was such a putz during the rest of the movie that I had difficulty believing he could be both people.(5) They often rightly forget some putz 's inane sloganeering.(6) In fact, Santorum is such a putz that he was once named the the dumbest member of Congress.(7) Boss David Brent (creator Ricky Gervais) is the prototypical, uninspiring putz with a bad goatee and an even worse sense of humor.(8) Serves the putz right for letting his hormones swim around unsupervised.(9) As Dracula, Dominic Purcell is a putz , and represents one of the worst villain casting decisions of the year.(10) Not that the Dad was much better, but he seemed a little more natural around them, even if he was a putz and a control freak.(11) It took us twice as long as my normal pace alone to putz our way through the dark streets to my apartment.(12) I'd have an easier time believing that Nick was a rocket scientist than a mean spirited putz .(13) ‘You're an arrogant putz ,’ a teacher yells at his student.(14) With that high center of gravity you're twice as likely as some putz in a Pontiac to tip precariously onto two wheels.(15) Problem is, Polsky doesn't have the chutzpah to go through with it - and he's a putz .(16) But let's say you're one step above a putz or a show-off.
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