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  • n  an awkward stupid person

  • It's one thing to portray a vaguely Eastern European, naively anti-Semitic, sexist, insensitive but somehow lovable lout.
  • The lovable lout has turned into a dangerous brute; LeMat's subtle achievement is to s show that both are one.
  • She's married to a lout named Earl (Jeremy Sisto) who is a pure feminist nightmare self-centered, exploitative, whiney and angry and her waitress colleagues (played by .
News & Articles

  • Lottery winner who blew $14.5M happy to be working in cookie factory
    Lotto loutMichael Carroll today lifts the lid on his new life as a £6-an-hour shortbread packer in a biscuit factory in the Highlands. Britain's most notorious jackpot winner blew his £9.7million fortune on drugs, booze and hookers and doesn't have a penny left.
    July 9, 2013 - Lottery Post
  • Michael Carroll: Lottery Winner Blows Millions, Works In Cookie Factory For Peanuts
    Michael Carroll, the so-called lottery lout, is one of the faces that always pops up in story roundups about lottery winners who threw it all away. He lost the $14.4 million he won in a British lottery in 2002 at age 19 some time ago. Now an interview published Sunday in the Daily Record revealed... Read more » Michael Carroll: Lottery Winner Blows Millions, Works In Cookie Factory For Peanuts ...
    July 9, 2013 - The Inquisitr

  • Morris Iemma in The Australian
    The message is simple: if you want to act like a drunken lout or a hoon, the police will lock you up,Mr Iemma said.
  • John Astin in Baltimore Sun
    He lived a life of tragedy,says Astin, sitting in a snack bar on the Hopkins campus. "But what impresses me was that he always kept writing. His output is not that of a drunken lout."
  • David Anders in USA Today
    After teleporting back 400 years to feudal Japan, Hiro meets Kensei Monday but is surprised by his appearance and behavior: "English, a bit of a drunk, a bit of a lout, a bit of a rake," Anders says.

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