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Scamps, Scoundrels & Scallywags
Welcome to the World of Scamps, Scoundrels & Scallywags
Without them, there would be no vain villains on TV, no dastardly dudes in the movies, and no raucous rakes in political office.
So, why not pay tribute to this rich treasury of renegades, ruffians, and roustabouts by using a collection of surprising synonyms to describe these colorful characters.
Image Credit: Scoundrel illustration - heydogg.com
A big thank you to the folks from Squidoo for this Purple Star Award!
THE HO HO HO HOLIDAY HOODLUMS - The ho ho ho lineup included the usual suspects, "Swilling" Santa, "Rip-Off" Rabbit, and "Cruella" (Queen of Counterfeit Currenc
""On the whole human beings want to be good, but not too good, and not quite all the time."
Image Credit: posted 2008-08 in trevmurphy.com
Quote Credit: George Orwell
YO BRO... - How are you going to celebrate 2012 The Year of the Dragon?
"Scorch", a saw-toothed, scatterbrained, skittish dragon was arrested for lighting too many fires under the backsides of lazy politicians; his only regret was not giving them an old-fashioned rump kicking as well.
Image Credit: Slaying the Sky Dragon illustration - stairwaypress.com/ssdcartoon
PECULIAR PERSON OF INTEREST: - Last seen wearing a dashing yet dastardly pair of duds.
I may sing off-key in the shower but that doesn't make me that pathetic "Pirate from Penzance"!
Image Credit: Joe Alterio@flickr.com
"Always say PLEASE when you tell somebody to shut-up!" (Image Credit: email@example.com)
"Women love scallywags, but some marry them and then try to make them wear a blazer."
Aloysius "Nosey" Parker: Clumsy Cat-Burgler! (Illustration: Bill Mayer@flickr.com)
"It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues."
-- Abraham Lincoln --
Surprising Synonyms from A-C
For Naughty Men and Women
The English language has a rich selection of nouns to describe a dishonest, disreputable, or mischievous soul.
So, take your pick, see which one best describes the number one "nemesis" in your life:
A: abram man, abductor, abbey-lubber, absconder, accomplice, Admiral of the Narrow Seas, agitator, alecan, ale knight, ape, apple-polisher, Apollyon, appropriator, arch dell, arch doxy, Arch-fiend, arch roque, ark ruffian, arse, arsonist, asp, artist, ass, assassin, artful dodger, Athanasian wench, autem diver
B: baboon, bacchanalian, backbiter, backgammon player, back-jumper, back-scratcher, bad actor, bad apple, badass, bad egg, bad halfpenny, bad hat, badman, bad penny, bafber, bah humbug, baloneyer, ball-buster, bamboozler, bandit, bang-pitcher, bangster, banshee, barbarian, barfly, barnacle, bastard, baster, bat-fowler, battle-axe, battler, bawd, bawdstrop, beach-comber, beard splitter, beast, beat, bedswerver, beer barrel, beer-chewer, beggar, beguiler, Belial, bellswagger, belly-paunch, belly-gut, belly bumper, bene fearer, Bess O'Bedlam, Betty Boop, bib-all-night, big ass, big brains, big dog, bilker, bimbo, bingo mort, bird-dog, bird-duffer, bird-lime, bird of passage, bitch, bitch booby, bite, black artist, blackguard, blackleg, Black Knight, blackmailer, black sheep, blaster, bleater, blob-tail, blond bombshell, blowgun, blowhard, blubberguts, bludger, blue pigeon, bluff artist, bobtail, boor, bootlegger, bootlicker, booze artist, borrachio, botcher, bouncer, bounder, brandy-face, brandy-shunter, brangler, brass man, brawler, breedbate, brewer's horse, briber, brigand, brimstone, bronstrop, brother of the gusset, brown noser, bruiser, brute, bubber, bubbler, buccaneer, buck fitch, budge, bufe nabber, buffer, bully, bum, bunco artist, bungler, bungnipper, burglar, burr, bushel bubby, buttock broker
C: cacafuego, cad, cadger, caitiff, call-girl, Calamity Jane, calumniator, camel-swallower, canary bird, canter, Captain Hackum, Captain Huff, Captain Sharp, cardshark, cardsharp, carpetbagger, carpet knight, carouser, Casanova, cat in the pan, cat burglar, cat's-paw, charlatan, charmer, check artist, cheapskate, cheat, cheater, chickabiddy, chiseler, chizzer, choir bird, clam, clank-knapper, clapperclawer, clapperdogeon, clip artist, clipster, cloak twitcher, clowe, cloy, cloyer, clutch-fist, cock-a-hooper, cock bawd, come-on, con artist, concubine, coneroo, con man, contrabandist, conveyance, convict, copper nose, copper's nark, coquette, corrupt, corrupter, corsair, counterfeiter, courtesan, Countess of Puddle-dock, Covent Garden Nun, covey, cozener, crab biter, crackpot crone, cracksman, crapper, crazy coot, cribbing cove, criminal, crop-lifter, crook, cross-biting cully, cross-chap, cruiser, crumpet, crusty gripes, culprit, cunning man, cutpurse, cutter, cumberworld, cupman, cur, curtails, curtezan,
Saucy Synonyms from D-G
For Naughty Men and Women
D: Darth Vader, debauchee, debaucher, defamer, defaulter, deflourist, defrauder, delinquent, dell, demon, depredator, depraved, desperado, deserter, despoiler, devil, devil puss, dangler, dicer, diddler, dimber damber, ding boy, dinger, dingo, dipper, dipping bloke, dipsomaniac, dirty old man, dirty puzzle, dishclout, diver, dobin rig, dock-walloper, dirty dog, dog, dog in a doublet, dog buffer, doggess, dog's nose, dommerer, Don Juan, doormat thief, double-dealer, double-plated blowhard, dowfar, doxy, drab, Dr. Draw-fart, draggle-tail, draw-latch, dress-lodger, dromedary, dropout, drossel, drummer, duffart, dry boots, drunkard, Duchess of Puddle-dock, dubber, dudder, duelist, duffer, dummkopf, dwelling dancer
E: earwig, easy game, eel, ear-biter, efter, elbow shaker, embezzler, ensign bearer, eriff, errorist, evesdropper, evil-doer, ex-lex, extortionist, eye-biter,
F: fakir, falsifier, faffler, fake, faker, fanny merchant, felon, fence, fencing cully, ferret, fibber, fidlam ben, fiddler, file, file cloy, filly, fire-eater, fire prigger, fire-tail, flash-kiddy, flash-man, flat-catcher, flaybottomist, flea-bitten tramp, flerder, fleecer, flibustier, flicher, filching cove, finger, finger-smith, fink, flapdoodler, flash cove/coves, flesh broker, flesh-merchant, flesh-peddler, fleshpot, flimflammer, flimper, flirt, flogging cove, flogging cully, Florence, flower fancier, fly-by-night, fly-man, flying porter, fobber, fogram, four-flusher, fogorner, fool-monger, fool trap, footpad, footy despicable, forager, forge, fortune hunter, frigbeard, frig pig, Foul Fiend, foyster, fox, freebooter, fret-kidney, fubbist, fubsey, flunky, fribbler, fuddlecap, furioso
G: gabble-grinder, gaberlunzie-man, gagger, gallows bird, gambler, gangster, gamine, gap stopper, garreteer, gas-bag, gasser, getabit, gazelle, gazlon, gentleman's master, gentleman of three ins, gentleman of three outs, gigolo, gilflurt, gilt, gimcrack, gin-bottle, glamour-puss, glazier, gleaner, glimjack, glimmerer, glumpot, gobble p-k, gold finder, goldbrick(er), gold-digger, go-between, Goldie Locks, gombean-man/woman, good-for-nothing, goon, goose shearer, gorby-guts, gorilla, gospel-slinger, gospel-whanger, Goth, gouger, gowk, grabber, grafter, grasshopper, greaser, greasy-tongue, greedy guts, grifter, gripe-fist, gripe-penny, gripper, grizzle, groper, grouse, grubber, grumbletonian, grunter, gullgroper, gulley-raker, gully-gut, gumboot, gumshoer, gundyguts, gunpowder, gutter prowler, guzzle guts, guzzler, gyp artist, gyp moll, gypsy, gyrovague
Image Credit: Scallywag Swill - lifewithoutnovacaine.blogspot.com
Not-Your-Average Nouns from H-L
For Naughty Men and Women
H: haggarsnash, haimsucker, hair-monger, hard ticket, harlot, harridan, hash hound, hatchet man, haw-haw toff, hawk, head cully of the pass, heat-packer, heaver, heavy hitter, heavy man, Hector, hedge-creeper, hedge-whore, hellcat, hell hound, high-roller, high-topper, highwayman, hippospadian, hit-man, hog grubber, hoity-toity, hold-up artist, holy friar, holy lamb, holy terror, hooch-hound, hoodlum, hoodwinker, hook, hooker, hooligan, honeyfoogler, horder, hornet, horse chaunter, horse thief, hosteler, house-breaker, hurrion, huff-muff, huff-nose, huff-snuff, huffty-tufty, Hugh Prowler, Hun, hussy, hustler, hypocrite
I: iceman, idler, impostor, impost taker, impure, in-and-out man, incubus, indorser, inebriate, infidel, ingrate, interloper, intruder, inveigler, Irish toyle, Ishmael
J: Jack Bragger, Jack Gentleman, jack in a box, jack in an office, jackman, jailbird, janizary, jarkman, jeff artist, Jeremy Diddler, jerry wag, jilt, jimcrack, jobbernowl, jockey, jockum cloy, Johnny bum, jolly dog, joy rider, juice-man, jumper
K: keelie, keeping cully, kencracker, Ken Miller, kiddey, kidnapper, killbuck, killcow, kimbawer, King of the Gypsies, Kit-Cat Club member, knave, knifer, knight and barrow pig, knight of the blade, knight of the carpet, knight of the elbow, knight of the post, knight of the road, knight of the scran-bag, knight of the trencher, knockabout man, knuck
L: laced mutton, ladies' tailor, lady of assignation, lady of easy virture, lady of the night, land shark, land loper, land pirate, land lubber, larcenist, latrunculus, lazyboots, lazy-legs, leg of beef, lecher, lewd woman, liar, libeler, libertine, libidinist, lick-penny, lickspigot, lickspittle, lickdish, light-fingers, lifter, link-boy, lirrikin, little snakesman, lizard, loafer, lobby sneak, lock picker, lollop, lolpoop, long-bow man, Lothario, loudmouth, lounge lizard, louser, love-pot, lug-biter, lully trigger, lurkman, lush, lusty-lugs, Lusty Lawrence, lyrebird, lyncher
Image Credit: Naughty Wine label "Quickie" from S. Australia - asylum.com/2010/04/15.jpg
No Thieves, Fakirs, Rogues, or Tinkers! No Skulking Loafers or Flea-Bitten Tramps!!
"No great scoundrel is ever uninteresting."
For Naughty Men and Women (M-Q)
M: mab, mace-gloak, mackerel, mad dog, madam, madam van, Mad Tom, magsman, malefactor, malfeasor, malingerer, malingeror, maligner, malversationist, man of the town, man trapper, Master of Misrule, Master of Misrepresentation, Master of Novelties, Master of the Wardrobe, mastiogophorer, marauder, meat-monger, meddling duchess, medlar, mendicant, mercenary, merrybegotten, merryman, miller, misbegotten, mischief-maker, miscreant, misdoer, miser, misleader, misogynist, miss, mistress, Miss Van-Neck, mollynogger, mongrel, monkey sucker, moocher, moon curser, moonshiner, Mother of the Maids, mountebank, mouth almighty, Mr. Hyde, muck-snipe, muckworm, mud lark, mumper, mundivagant, mutineer, mutton monger, muzzler
N: nabcheat, nadger, na'er-do-well, nabber, napper of naps, natty lad, nazy nab, needle point, neversweat, no load, Newgate bird, nibbling cull, nibs, nicker, nickpot, niggard, niggler, nip, nipper, non-con, nosebag, noser, nosey bob, nosey-parker, note-shaver, nugger, nun, nut
O: offender, ogre, old codger, old flint, Old fogey, old geezer, old goat, Old Harry, old huddle, Old Nick, Old One, old ram, old moustache, old palaver, Old Roger, Old Scratch, Old Serpent, old soaker, old toast, old twang, Old Witch, open arse, ophidian, opportunist, outcumlin, outfangtheefe, outlander, outlaw, outs, outparamour
P: packpaunch, pad borrowers, pailliard, pander, parasite, parlour-jumper, parnel, passage bank, pater cove, patrico, paumer, peculator, peculiar, Peeping Tom, pelfer, Peter Grievance, Peter Grievous, pervert, petticoat pensioner, pettifogger, petty robber, philanderer, Philistine, phony, picaroon, picker of locks, pickpocket, pick-purse, pickthank, pick-up artist, piece, piece of work, piker, pilferer, pillager, pimp, pimp whiskin, pincher, pinch-fart, pinch-fist, pinch-gloak, pinch-penny, pinker, pintle-ranger, pin-up girl, pirate, piss-maker, pitch-fingers, plaigerist, playgirl, playboy, plunderer, poacher, polone, pomeller, poser, possum, post-knight pretender, pot hunter, potvaliant, preternuptual person, prevaricator, prig, prigster, prick, prigger, Prince of Darkness, Prince Prig, privateer, procurer, prodigal, profligate, prosser, prostitute, prowler, puckfist, puckfoist, pully hawlyer, pump-thunder, purse-bouncer, purting glumpot, pseudologer, pub-crawler, puggard, pugilist, pumpkinificator, punk, pure, purest pure, purloiner
Q: quack, empiric quack, quack doctor, quacktail, quail, quarrel picker, quasher, quean, queer bird, queer bluffer, queer checker, queer cole fencer, queer cole maker, queer cove, queer plunger, quibbler, quiffer, quire, quire bird, quisby, quodlibetarian
Image Credit: Scary Godmother illustration - halloweenforum.com/cast_scarygm.jpg
If a 'Scamp' could talk it might say:
"Look buster, I'm no fifth wheel or hot rod...so quit bugging me about the extended warranty!"
WHAT IS A MISCREANT?
"miscreant" - n. A person of the highest degree of unworth. Etymologically, the word means unbeliever, and its present signification may be regarded as theology's noblest contribution to the development of our language.
Credit: Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary
"R" IS FOR RUG SMUGGLER
Delightful Descriptions from R-Z
For Naughty Men and Women
R: racketeer, radical, rake, rakehell, rakeshame, ranger, rank rider, rantipole, rapscallion, rascal, rat, ratter, rattle-pate, rattling mumper, recreant, reeler, render, renegade, reprobate, retailer of love, reveler, ribald, riff-raff, rifler, right croaker, rigmutton, ring-pigger, rinse pitcher, rioter, rip-off artist, roamer, roaring boy, robber, Robert's man, Robin Hood, rogue, rolling kiddy, roisterer, romp, rook, rotten egg, rotten sheep, rouÃ©, rough, rounder, router, rorter, rover, rowdy, royal foot scamp, royal scamp, royal stag, royster, rubber-outer, rudesby, ruffian, ruffler, rum bite, rum blower, rum bluffer, rum bubber, rum diver, rum dubber, rum duke, rum glymmer, rum guttler, rumhead, rum-hound, rum-kiddy, rummarian, rummer, rummy, rum-dum, rum-pot, rum-splitter, runcy, runner, running smobbler, rusher, rustler, rustyguts, rutterkin
S: salt eel, Satan, satyr, saunterer, savage, scab, scadger, scalawag, scaly fish, scallywag, scammer, scamp, scapegallows, scapegrace, schemer, schism monger, scourer, screwman, Scrooge, scruncher, scum, scuttler, sea-rover, sea-robber, second-story man, seducer, seizer, sensualist, serpent, shabbaroon, shagger, sham leggers, sham saint, shark, sharper, sharpshooter, shill, shaver, sheep-shearer, she napper, sherker, shif-man, shimshanker, shit-stirrer, shoplifter, shoot-finger, shoot-flier, sh-t sack, shoulder sham, shooler, short-heeled wench, shuffler, Shylock, shyster, side pocket, side-slipper, silk snatcher, silver fox, silvertail, sinner, skanker, skater, skin-merchant, skinflint, skiver, skulking loafer, skullduggerist, skunk, sky farmer, slacker, slag, slamkin, slanderer, slasher, slayer, slencher, slicker, slim-dilly, slipgibbet, slippery fellow, slippy tit, slockster, sloth, slouch, slousher, slubberdegullion, slug, slush bucket, slut, sly boots, smasher, smellsmock, smell-feast, smooth operator, smuggler, snabbler, snaffler, snake, snake charmer, snake in the grass, snapper, snatch cly, sneak, sneaking budge, sneaksby, snelt, snib, snick fadger, snilcher, sninny, snitch, snitcher, snollygoster, snoodger, snorter, snubber, snuffer, snudge, sodomist, soldier of fortune, soss brangle, sot, sourpuss, souse, spit-cat, spit fire, spit-frog, splodger, spoiler, sponger, spousebreak, sprig, spunk-gullet, squab, squire of Alsatia, St. Gile's breed, St. Peter's son, stabber, stag, stair-dancer, stallion, stammel, stibber-gubber, stiff-quean, stiff-rump, sting-bum, stodgier, stool pigeon, strammel, strayer, streetman, streetwalker, striker, stripper, stroller, strong man, strumpet, strumphusher, sturdy beggar, suaviloquist, succubus, surly-boots, surveyor of the highways, sutler, swaddler, swaggerer, swankpot, swigger, swashbuckler, sweet-lips, swelled head, swell-mobsman, swigman, swiller, swill but, swindler, swinger
T: tag-rag, tail drawers, taildraft, taker, tale-bearer, Tangerine, taradiddler, tarleather, tart, tatmonger, tatterdemalion, tattler, tavern fox, tea-hound, tea and sugar bandit, tearcat, tenant in jail, ten in the hundred, tenterbelly, the Tempter, temptress, termagant, thief, thief takers, thigger, thingumbob, thirty-pound knight, thorny wire, thorough good-natured wench, three-penny upright, thug, thugette, thumper, thunderguts, thwacker, tickle pitcher, tickle-tail, tickle-toby, tiddlywinker, tiefin tief, tiger, tinhorn, tinker, tippler, tirliry-puffkin, titivil, titter, tittle-tattler, toad, toad-eater, toady, toliban rig, Tom of Bedlam, Tom Pepper, tomrig, tom-turd-man, tongue pad,Tooley Street tailor, top diver, toper, totty, tough, toy boy, traducer, trafficker, tramp, transgressor, trapes, trespasser, trickster, tricky dick, tripe-hound, troglodyte, trollop, trouble-maker, trouble-mirth, trull, tuft-hunter, turncoat, twibill, two-faced person, twicer, twin-coat, twin-mouth, two inches beyond upright, Tyburn-blossom
U: ullagist, uncouth, unfortunate woman, unlicked cub, upright man, upright sneak, userer
V: vagabond, vamp, vilifier, vixen, varlet, varmint, vile wretch, villain, vinegar pisser, viper, virago, vooterist
W: wag, waghalter, wagtail, walking mort, wallydraigle, wanker, wastrel, wasp, waterman, waterpad, weasel, wedbreaker, welcher, wench, Wicked One, whacker, wheadle, wheedle, whiffinger, whip jack, whipster, whisker splitter, whispering dudder, whore, whoremaster, whoremonger, whore's bird, wicked witch, wife in water colours, wild rogue, wind-sucker, windy wallets, wino, wiper drawer, witling, wolf, wolfshead, woman of ill fame, woman of pleasure, woman of the town, womanizer, word grubber, woofer, worm, wrong-doer, wretch
Y: Yahoo, yarn-slinger, Yarra banker, yegg, yenta, yentzer, yes-man, yisser, Yorkshire bite
Z: zipper pockets, zouch
Naughty Nooks & Crannies Poll
Which town has the most mischievous munchkins or naughty stools?
FIENDS & FUNNY MONEY FACTS
Organized crime in America takes in over forty billion dollars a year and spends very little on office supplies."
-- Woody Allen --
SASSY SNIPPETS ABOUT SCOUNDRELS AND WEASELS!
-- "Every man over forty is a scoundrel." -- George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), Irish literary critic, playwright, and essayist.
-- "Thank you for calling Weasel Works, my name is Ken. How may I help you today?" -- A Weasel greeting from a customer service agent of course!
-- "That lowdown scoundrel deserves to be kicked to death by a jackass, and I'm just the one to do it." -- A Congressional Candidate in Texas
-- "I think Spinoza would be proud to know that his life's work boiled down to creating a God for weasels." -- Scott Adams, creator of comic strip "Dilbert".
-- "What contempible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? -- W.C. Fields (1880-1946), American juggler, comedian, and actor.
-- "Eagles may soar high, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines." -- David Brent, comic character on BBC.
-- "As Daniels sees it, the Prince of Carpetbaggers was part scoundrel and part scapegoat and, as such, an apt symbol of the moral ambiguity of the Reconstruction period." -- reference to the "Prince of Carpetbaggers" by Jonathan Daniels.
-- "To err is human, to cover up is weasel." From "Dilbert And The Way of the Weasel" by Scott Adams.
Image Credit: bad dude illustration by Bill Mayer@flickr.com
"EVERY MAN OVER FORTY IS A SCOUNDREL."
-- George Bernard Shaw, (1856-1950), Irish literary critic, playwright, and essayist --
DELIGHTFUL DIVERSIONS FROM "THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARY"
Ambrose Bierce, 20th century American author of the "The Devil's Dictionary", an "irreverent word book of cynical and sardonic wit has much to say about "bad boys" and "loose ladies".
Ass, n. A public singer with a good voice but no ear.
Devil, n. The author of all our woes and proprietor of all the good things of this world. He was made by the Almighty, but brought into the world by a woman.
Felon, n. A person of greater enterprise than discretion, who embracing an opportunity has formed an unfortunate attachment.
Liar, n. An attorney with a roving profession. A journalist of any occupation, trade or calling. See preacher.
Infidel, n. In New York, one who does not believe in the Christian religion; in Constantiople, one who does. A kind of scoundrel imperfectly reverent of, and niggardly contributory to, divines, ecclesiastics, popes, parsons, monks, mollahs, voodoos, prebyters, hierophants, prelates, obeah-men, abbes, nuns, missionaries, exhorters, deacons, friars, hadjis, high-priests, muezzons, Brahmins, medicine-men, confessors, eminences, elders, primates, prebendaries, pilgrims, prophets, imaums, beneficiaries, clerks, vicars-choral, archbishops, bishops, abbots, priors, preachers, padres, abbotesses, caloyers, palmers, curates, patriarchs, bonezs, santons, beadsmen, canonesses, residentiaries, diocesans, deans, subdeans, rural deans, abdals, charm-sellers, archdeacons, hierarchs, classleaders, incumbents, capitulars, sheikhs, talapoins, postulants, scribes, gurus, precentors, beadles, fakirs, sextons, reverences, revivalists, cenobites, perpetual curates, chaplains, sacristans, vergers, dervises, lectors, church wardens, cardinals, prioresses, suffragans, acolytes, rectors, cures, sophis, mutifs and pumpums.
Prevaricator, n. A liar in the caterpillar state.
Rascal, n. A fool considered under another aspect.
Robber, n. Vulgar name for one who is successful in obtaining the property of others.
Rogue,, n. A species of vermin which is always plentiful where there is a good crop of fools, on which plant it feeds.
Image Credit: devil illustration by firstname.lastname@example.org
WOMEN LOVE SCALLYWAGS, BUT SOME MARRY THEM AND THEN TRY TO MAKE THEM WEAR A BLAZER! (Image courtesy of Joey D@flickr.com)
LIGHT-HEARTED LINKS TO THE WORLD OF LAW AND DISORDER
- SECRETS OF SIN CITY - VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
A self-guided heritage walking tour of the Capital City's curious collection of "Lawless Lads & Lusty Ladies".
- BUSY HANDS AND BULBS
Who says criminals don't have a sense of humor?
- DUMB CRIMINALS
A weekly serving of what it takes to qualifty as a cerebrally-challenged criminal.
- THE WORLD'S SILLIEST CRIMINALS
A curious collection of criminal cock-ups.
- SPOOF NEWS STORY!
"Police Hunt Cold-Cure Criminals" may just tickle your funnybone!
POETRY FOR THE GENTLEMAN CAD:
"Rogues strike the balance between the high court gentlemen and the low caste cad. We walk the fine line between courtliness and coarseness. -- from roguetry.com - Todd Massey aka Phillip McAvery (Rogue #283), "If wenches were rum I would have tasted them all" - John Hardy aka John Broadfoot (Rogue #470) who keeps the fine art of letter writing alive.
A GREAT SELECTION OF MISCHIEF-MAKER MOVIES
A great come-uppance college for those who want to know how to climb the corporate ladder to success!
A few tricks of the trade from the "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"!
A remake of the original film...now classified as a "ball-buster" edition!
Who says all is fair in love and war?
A cult classic involving a funny pair of female fugitives.
DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS!
Giving seaports and wharves a bad name since 1626.
The Perfect Plonk for Petty Pilferers - Brought to you by "Big house Wines"!
Image Credit: huffingtonpost.com/2011-06-24-bighousewines.jpg
Who is the greatest scoundrel in arts and literature?
THE BLOOD-THIRSTY BAD BOYS' BALLAD
BAD BOYS AND BABES BOOK NOOK
That's why they call them "Crazy Canucks"!
The how-to-guide for happy-challenged folk.
A fiendish find for ways to lead life in the fast lane!
Fill your boots with these bad boys!
Who wouldn't want to know about these dastardly devils and holy terrors?
SONGS FOR SCAMPS & SCOUNDRELS!
What kind of music do they play at the "Pitchfork Music Festival"? "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" ringtones for cellphones ...that's what!
-- "Dirty Rotten Number" ringtone for your Blackberry phone!
-- "Ruffhousin' Mit Shuffhausen" ringtone for your iPod phone!
-- "What Was A Woman To Do?" ringtone for your sparkly speakerphone!
And, if you can't abide another raucous ringtone, then pick up the "Dirty-Rotten Scoundrels" original Broadway cast recording available on CD!
Scamps, Scoundrels, Scallywags, and Scrooges Share One Thing In Common - A Surly Source of Seasonal Suds!
Image Credit: Bah Humbug Christmas Ale label - beerme.com/19259.gif
CHUMPS & CHEAPSKATES UNITE...YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR CHANGE!
SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM SCROOGE!
Albert Finney does a superb job with Scrooge!
A marvellous miserly interpretation of Scrooge by George C. Scott.
For those who prefer a more silly Scrooge...there's always Bill Murray!
Alistair Sim is unforgettable in this classic Christmas tale!
A great way to enjoy a merry muppet kissmus!