We have a protective nurturing mother who has been deserted by her no-good husband.
She lives upstairs and comes down the fire escape to visit Jack whenever her no-good mom is entertaining, which is a lot.
Willy Harris makes no physical appearance in the play, yet is mentioned several times as a no-good scoundrel.
She said, ‘Tell that no-good swine that I'm going out with the girls tonight and he'd better get a takeaway as there's no way I'm letting him turn my kitchen into a bomb site.’
Translation: my mum's various no-good boyfriends made my childhood a misery, so this time, I'm doing the picking.
Most Americans seem to have no problem with the fact that, in their view, a lot of nasty, no-good people are put to death each year.
She's much too young for the kind of life she's forced to lead, much too young to be bashed up by a no-good husband, and much too gutsy to let all this get her down.
When his beloved daughter Chantelle's no-good fiancé jilts her, Eddy is desperate to cheer her up.
Latrice evokes laughter when she states plainly that she is thankful to be rid of her no-good husband.
‘It is all because of that no-good thief,’ she whispered.