Words of the Day for February 2022
People leave us lovely words in the amusingly named dick, along with short, factual and concise definitions. No really. Here's this month's words so far...
Sunday February 27th, 2022
Pedestrian-only passageway in central Shrewsbury. There are over 20 in the town and many of them are medieval in origin. As used in the phrase "Many visitors enjoy exploring the hidden shuts and passages of Shrewsbury"
Saturday February 26th, 2022
A play for voices once recorded with Richard Burton as the First Voice (narrator). Definitely odd but very poetic. Set in Llareggub which is bugger all backwards.
“We are not wholly bad or good, who live our lives under Milk Wood.” – Reverend Eli Jenkins, the only time the plays title is used in the play.
Friday February 25th, 2022
Fit actor who no one has heard of
i have yet to find someone who does
Thursday February 24th, 2022
The act of being fired out of the pope’s cannon of love.
Tuesday February 22nd, 2022
orlando bloom(ing lovely
he wore my shoes out once when he was at our flat
Saturday February 19th, 2022
Ninja Monks will keep law and order after the anarchist revolution.
Thursday February 17th, 2022
Wednesday February 16th, 2022
The type of diahorrea that you get after a heavy night’s drinking (or five). Like dishwater but less pleasant, it streams out from between your cheeks and makes weewee noises in the bowl
Tuesday February 15th, 2022
Tuatha de Danon
Also – Tuatha de Dannan
Mythical inhabitants of Ireland – defeated the Formorians, and then were in turn defeated by the Milesians, the first huamn inhabitants of Ireland.
THe focus of much Irish folklore, there are many legends surrounding them
Sunday February 13th, 2022
*giggle*. Well you all know what that means, <i>surely</i>?
Saturday February 12th, 2022
Unless you’re on a golf-course, this is just the most irritating US-esque “bigger is beautiful” invention ever created.....even cars don’t get my goat as much as these bloody things do.
How many people do you normally see under them? and how large are their heads?
Just too fucking big.
Thursday February 10th, 2022
Slow moving old people.
Example useage: “I was walking down the pavement innit when my strides got messed up coz I had to walk around dem stately homes be-atch”
Tuesday February 8th, 2022
Apparently some people fancy them – apparently
Friday February 4th, 2022
Team for has-been glory-seekers.
NB largest fan-base registered in Swindon
Try below for a better option
Thursday February 3rd, 2022
Adj. Worn out, tired. Also followed by out. E.g."Any chance we can have a rest? I can’t go any further, I’m totally zonked."
Wednesday February 2nd, 2022
The snack you can have between meals without ruining your appetite.