What is a grinch?

If you’ve never heard the term, a grifter is a person who has been caught stealing from others without their knowledge.

The phrase is often used by thieves to describe those who take advantage of the system, especially those who are young and naïve, or those who work in the public eye or in politics.

But the term is not a universal term, according to the Grinch’s Association, which describes the behavior as one that is typically found in the United States.

It was coined by former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani to describe the thieves who took advantage of a system where they would get rich from stealing and then use that money to buy things, like cars or houses, or even vacations.

But that’s not the only thing that can happen to someone caught stealing, according the Grint’s Association.

A lot of the time, someone who is caught doing this will simply go into hiding and live a life of crime for the rest of their life, the group says.

And those that do get caught, like the one in the video above, could spend the rest the rest, according.