Words of the Day for July 2010
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...
Wednesday July 28th, 2010
Female chav. Often seen wearing fake Burberry, Fake fur, Fake burberry patterned fur, too much lip gloss, enough mascara to clump and big hoopy earrings. Big hair sprouts from under the Burberry hat and they spend most of their giros on the lottery and/or malibu
Speak an incomprehensible language that’s a cross between Northern, R&B slang and Essex. Husbands likely to have tattoos reading "My other wife is a chav..."
Sunday July 25th, 2010
"A “Cub” is a younger, perhaps smaller, less experienced Bear, sometimes interpreted as a bottom sexually"
Saturday July 24th, 2010
A man who needs his mouth washed out with soap. He also needs to leave his clothes on when he is on the TV. In fact, all of the time he needs to keep them on. I mean always. Eurgh, he’s dirty.
Oh, and he’s a chef.
Monday July 19th, 2010
Against the installtion of dishwashers.
Saturday July 17th, 2010
Where mummy and daddy and daddy and daddy and daddy and daddy and daddy decide mummy needs a new facial.
Friday July 16th, 2010
Acronym of “International Talk Like A Pirate Day”
On Sep 19th each year the world is encouraged to take like a pirate. You can learn how at the official home page devoted to the day (link below).
Made famous by writer Dave Barry, the event has quite a cult following, particularly at the b3ta boards (not that I go there; very overrated website that’s rarely funny).
Thursday July 15th, 2010
Shockingly excellent one-off Channel 4 series, somehow combining a cop show with (a modernisation of) vampire myth. Almost, but not quite, entirely unlike Buffy.
Wednesday July 14th, 2010
Large Chain store for Chavs children clothes.. CD’s Chocolate and world famous Pick N’ Mix.
A visit to Woolworths is well worth it... apparantly
Tuesday July 13th, 2010
Weekday BBC regional news programme responsible for launching the career of Nina Nannar and for keeping Nick Owen in work.
Sunday July 11th, 2010
Mythical Greek warrior god, hero at battle of Troy, who became jealous after missing out on Achiles’ prized armour, went mad (something to do with cows), and killed himself.
Friday July 9th, 2010
Two random, unconnected nouns brutally stapled together to form a wooly, gay name for a less-wooly and less gay man
Tuesday July 6th, 2010
Verb. 1. To build or repair in a makeshift manner.
2. To do something badly.
Noun. 1. A makeshift construction or repair.
2. A thing done badly.
* All the meanings and uses of ‘botch’ are informal. Cf. ‘bodge’.
Monday July 5th, 2010
Also known as ’The Devil’s Own Vegetable’. Green things boiled to mush and served up as something you can eat – I mean c’mon!!!
Friday July 2nd, 2010
Not as difficult as they first appear but still a rather cruel form of torture inflicted upon key stage 3 pupils.