Words of the Day for February 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 February 27th, 2014
If your definition of a good time is putting on your best Burberry knockoff hat, fake Nike trainers and the entire of the Elizabeth Duke collection all at once, going out, buying some unidentified pills with smiley faces on with your dole money and then taking them whilst at home watching Trisha then you’re probably a chav.
Or replace the pills with gin and you’re probably fruitbat
Either way, you’ll end up with 6 children, a wife with unappealing tobacco breath and large gold hoopy earrings and a satellite dish bolted to the side of your council flat.
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Wednesday February 26th, 2014
Also known as rock doves, they are considered very lucky on the Canary Islands, and treated with considerable respect, espcially outside of the cities
Sunday February 23rd, 2014
1) The act of being alive
2) Doing things, "Haveing a life"
Saturday February 22nd, 2014
I’ve been there. A steam railway ends there. It’s pretty. Well, pretty unpronounceable anyway.
Friday February 21st, 2014
I thought it was a dumping ground for unwanted cars due to the colour of their paintwork
Thursday February 20th, 2014
orlando bloom(ing lovely
he wore my shoes out once when he was at our flat
Wednesday February 12th, 2014
Jamie Theakston. Tall gorgeousness. Oh I would.
Monday February 10th, 2014
A sort of cracker eaten by Americans. They have no idea it might be someones name.
Sunday February 9th, 2014
My most favouritest sweetie ever. Generally bought by me in large quantities and consumed post haste.
Wednesday February 5th, 2014
French and Saunders
They appear live during brilliant concerts dressed as Santa and bully the backing singers! Oh yes!
Monday February 3rd, 2014
A time-phase of inner searching to understand and ponder upon a problem/question/activity that may or may not be related to recent events. Signified by the subject going quiet and sometimes muttering to himself for long periods of time. Known to last from 30 minutes to 3 hours.