Words of the Day for January 2014
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...
Thursday January 30th, 2014
The Secret Language of Gays.
Basically, coz it was punishable by death, gay people developed their own pseudolanguage early last century. Fascinating stuff meaning they could get away with talking about boys in bars and no-one would be any the wiser. It’s where the word “naff” came from, which actually stands for “Not available for fucking”, ie hetero
"How bona to vada your eek!"
Wednesday January 29th, 2014
A big city in the north east.
Known in the past for mining and ship building.
It now has a large university.
Monday January 27th, 2014
Gone, good riddance, I wouldn’t ’ave ’im in the back of my cab anyway.
Sunday January 26th, 2014
The place I go somtimes between sleeping and buying DIY stuff.
It generally helps pay for things but is bad for your health
Saturday January 25th, 2014
Everything that is right with the world, especially Easter. “Eggy” to egg, meaning, to be fine/well/not bad.
Friday January 24th, 2014
adj. a person characterized by a “sligo” look intending to cause sexual arousal.
Thursday January 23rd, 2014
Former GMTV presenter, can now be seen on Sky News.
Tuesday January 21st, 2014
Yellow stuff you put or pout on crackers in the absense of marmite.
Monday January 20th, 2014
A rust bucket that should have never left the production line, some alas, still on the road.
Saturday January 18th, 2014
Something that David added to the dictionary because it wouldn’t let him link to “Cheese Toastie” with a space.
Friday January 17th, 2014
A television show full of CIA subliminal suggestions to turn gay men straight.
Thursday January 16th, 2014
A man married to Jane Asher, queen of “Crossroads Motel” and baking fairy cakes.
Wednesday January 15th, 2014
The worship of oneself as a god....its what us pretty ones do
Tuesday January 14th, 2014
Food is that thing that makes us not hungry. It’s a yummy thing (cept if Owen’s cooking ) and certainly fun. Find recipes
Thursday January 9th, 2014
The term (formerly) used to detail 2 pence.
Immortalized in the film ‘Mary Poppins’.
Wednesday January 8th, 2014
sirens on a Police car usualy refferred to in the pural in lines like “Serg, can we use our woo- woos on this shout?”
Monday January 6th, 2014
Ninety-eight percent of all American households — more than have indoor plumbing — have at least one television,
Sunday January 5th, 2014
The noise a computer makes when it wants your attention
Saturday January 4th, 2014
something pleasantly tactile, such as velvet, silk, suede or foreskin; someone who enjoys the feel of feelie things.
Friday January 3rd, 2014
“Laugh out loud”
Variations include “ROFL” – roll on floor laughing
“LOVL” – Laugh out very loud (with as many Vs as necessary)
and “LMAO” – laugh my ass off.
Thursday January 2nd, 2014
Utterly pointless exercise which involves getting up from one pub where you have a seat and walking through some godforsaken town-centre street to a pub where you have not a snowflake in hell’s chance of getting a seat. Repeated ad nauseam until closing time.