I think online dating is a way of procuring people. Like Facebook and Myspace, it's the way that people connect now and procure small children and sometimes dodgy relationships. I don't think it's very healthy.

— Tom Hardy

Floundering Dodgy quotations

Sustainability is now a big baggy sack in which people throw all kinds of old ideas, hot air and dodgy activities in order to be able to greenwash their products and feel good.

I was in lots of dodgy bands growing up and I always fancied myself in a band.

But, you know, I was rubbish at writing music. So maybe one day I'll play a rock star, or punk rocker.

Motorsport is very expensive. No one cares if you had a good season two years ago and then you have an injury. It is a very dodgy investment.

I like nice clothes, whether they're dodgy or not.

Motorsport is very expensive. No one cares if you had a good season two years ago and then you have an injury. It is a very dodgy investment.

Along with the rest of the establishment, the BBC which, to be fair, can make superb documentaries - seems to have swallowed the distortions about domestic violence promoted by extreme, manhating feminism through the vehicle of deeply dodgy 'research'.

I make bad choices. I've got such dodgy tastes in men.

I can't believe so much media attention is being paid to Fernando Torres and his loss of form, when the answer is staring us all in the face. It's his hair. His moping and ineffectual performances began just in time for the World Cup, which took place just after he substituted his dodgy blonde locks for a more serious brunette do

I've had quite a lot of bad experiences with Japanese sweets.

I reckon, Japanese...they can do most things really well but sweets, they're a bit dodgy.

From dwarf tossing to drug taking: The legislator has no place in voluntary exchanges between consenting adults, as dodgy and as dangerous as these might be.

I do support a sex-positive attitude for young people.

Use condoms, that's important. I love the idea that promiscuity can be healthy but it's got some dodgy crevasses. Ooh, that's a bad reference! But it's got some dangerous cavities there. You know what I'm saying.

I wanted to be a doctor at one point and I also wanted to be a pilot.

I think if you grow up in a dodgy area, reality often beats down those ambitions as you get older. But with me that never really happened.

Are we expected to live in a world where we can no longer send death threats to colleagues via email? Where we can no longer IM other people to suggest physically improbable and morally dodgy sexual practices? Where doctoring photos of people to place them in legally compromising positions is frowned upon? Who wants to live in that sort of world? Not this column, that's for sure.

I was really into hip-hop as a teenager.

I dressed up like Tupac with baggy jeans and a dodgy bandanna around my head. I was pretty confused at that time.

I don't care about fashion at all. And I know it's kind of a dodgy thing to be a fashion photographer, a kind of pathetic occupation, but I like it, even though I question it.

Firth - all dodgy 'tache and frantic eyebrows - has got the sexual allure of a man who runs a swingers' club in Surbiton.

And the National Rifle Association says that, "Guns don't kill people, people do," but I think the gun helps, you know? I think it helps. I just think just standing there going, "Bang!" "That's not going to kill too many people, is it? You'd have to be really dodgy on the heart to have that.

The good thing about people really is their iffy-ness and dodginess, isnt it?

It's not nice going into the supermarket and the woman at the till is thinking: 'Dodgy keeper'.

I was a strange child. I was the kid with funny hair listening to dodgy music [...] I'd come in with my hoodie and skate-shoes, with purple hair under the hood. I got away with it because I spent all my time in the art room, so they figured I was 'artistic'. I was that kind of kid, listening to Green Day and the Deftones and all that kind of thing.

I'm no stranger to the occasional dodgy juice, but it doesn't taste very nice and it is bloody boring. It's not a way to live.

I'm a thirty-something gay man with a dodgy heart.

I sell books for a living. Who wants to read about that?

Ah suppose man, ah'm too much ay a perfectionist, ken? It's likesay, if things go a bit dodgy, ah jist cannae be bothered, y'know.

He..." Richard began. "The marquis. Well, you know, to be honest, he seems a little bit dodgy to me." Door stopped. The steps dead-ended in a rough brick wall. "Mm," she agreed. "He's a little bit dodgy in the same way that rats are a little bit covered in fur.