Bad Guy

  • (noun): Any person who is not on your side.

Some articles on guy, bad guy:

Sharon Ginsberg - Fictional Character Biography
... was deciding whether they liked Orphan as the good Guy Smith or the bad Guy Smith, Sharon and Solomon O'Sullivan watched on television ... After the appearance of Bad Guy, the world thought that he was Guy Smith ... Under this mistaken assumption, Sharon plotted with Solomon about contacting Bad Guy and joining forces with him to destroy X-Statix ...
Tom Swift And His Submarine Boat - Characters
... Industrial spy and all-around bad guy ... Could be an OK guy if he were to stop associating with Andy Foger ... Generic bad guy ...
Business Logic Abuse - Examples
... In the usual automotive fraud scam, the bad guy posts a car for sale on an auction or other for sale site, even though they don't have the car ... The bad guy then has the money and doesn't ever send the car ... In pump and dump schemes, the bad guy uses a chat room to post information about a stock that raises the price of the stock ...
Lego Bionicle Models - 2006 - Winter 2006 - Piraka
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Spike Freeman - Fictional Character Biography - Fan Boy and O-Force
... after the public introduction of Bad Guy, whom most people thought to be the Orphan ... While searching for the Orphan, Bad Guy attacked X-Statix ... Upon the discovery that Bad Guy was not the Orphan, Spike Freeman appeared with the rest of X-Statix at their press conference to announce the return of the Orphan and joined the team in their HQ after their ...

Famous quotes containing the words guy and/or bad:

    Maggio: Just hate to see a good guy get it in the gut.
    Corporal Buckley: You’d better get used to it, kid. You’ll probably see a lot of it before you die.
    Daniel Taradash (b. 1913)

    The bad poet is usually unconscious where he ought to be conscious, and conscious where he ought to be unconscious.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)