Wes rode a horse we called Old Slob.
"The Mountains" by Stewart Edward White
Cooking isn't left in the hands of slobs who might drop a cake of soap into the soup.
"Mercenary" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
An' you dassen't use your propeller in this here slob-ice, eh?
"Harbor Tales Down North" by Norman Duncan
T' slob being very heavy outside, us lay for inside Belle Isle, and carried open water most across t' Straits.
"Labrador Days" by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
Probably avoid some slobs, too.
"The Planet Strappers" by Raymond Zinke Gallun
I ain't no sentimental slob.
"The Twins of Suffering Creek" by Ridgwell Cullum
He's a big man and I'm a slob; but all of that doesn't seem to count with him.
"Mixed Faces" by Roy Norton
She's such a big fat noisy slob she wouldn't even hear you.
"The Harbor" by Ernest Poole
These were her exact words, 'Go on, yer fresh slob, an' sneak yer biscuits!
"Officer 666" by Barton W. Currie
They figured nobody would ever look twice at a fat slob like this.
"Occasion for Disaster" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Said John Bull,--"This 'ere Kaiser's a slob,
And 'is word isn't worth 'arf a bob,
(If I lets Belgium suffer,
I'm a blank bloomin' duffer)
So 'ere goes for a crack at 'is nob."
"Modern Diplomacy, Or How The War Was Started" by Abner Cosens
Hello, my name is Sophia and I am a slob.
Great Emancipator or Creepy Slob.
While most of the town's cigar bars will turn you away for misplacing your Bruno Maglis, there is at least one that lets the slobs roam free to choke on their own fumes.
Mom still thinks adult child is a slob.
We're slobs in this town, and we're sinking the country's fashion into the deep end, left coast first.
At the other end stands, or slouches, the slob.
Hello, my name is Sophia and I am a slob .
Dressing like a slob .
A life-long slob decides it's time to get organized.
My mom still treats me like a teen slob .
Mom still thinks adult child is a slob .
When I was a teenager and in college, I was a slob .
Are slobs turning your neighborhood or favorite beach into a trash can.
My wife will tell you that it's because I'm a slob.
I'm of the belief that we have allowed the ideals of the "proper dress code" to erode to the point that the majority of American's dress like slobs.