Words of the Day for December 2020
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 December 31st, 2020
Wednesday December 30th, 2020
Huge, suspicious looking German sausage.
Tuesday December 29th, 2020
A small town with a large bypass.
Never managed to actually to get into it
I don’t think I’m missing much
Monday December 28th, 2020
Alistair Griffin....my favourite llama academy student ever!
Sings the song ‘Bring It On’ and is best mates with Fox, James.
And he’s lovely...and we all know it.
Saturday December 26th, 2020
Former GMTV presenter, can now be seen on Sky News.
Friday December 25th, 2020
Gin (with tonic
I only drink it to stop from getting malaria. Lots of mosquitos breed on the Thames, dontchaknow; ask any Elizabethan.
Thursday December 24th, 2020
The City England forgot it had... or at least tried too... Capital of The Black Country.
Wednesday December 23rd, 2020
Quite possibly the best ice cream in the world, esp. the Mama’s Gooey Raspberry variety
Tuesday December 22nd, 2020
Antipodean song warbler. Used to be a mechanic, but now sings songs about being far too lucky, being unable to get you out of her (tiny) skull, and women with red blood (??) who are slow (?). She’s been a round a bit an all.
Sunday December 20th, 2020
Friday December 18th, 2020
Er..you mean adjective surely Scott?
Slang term for anything gay.
"Shall we go to the Special Pub tonight, darling?"
Thursday December 17th, 2020
Local landfill tours:
“On your left you can see the Pile of AOL CDS – On your right ipod mountain”
Wednesday December 16th, 2020
Not nearly as sexy as Sean Maher... but a bloody great actor. Compare the coarse, unrefined Jane in Firefly with the suave, elegant Hamilton in Angel – I had to constantly remind myself they were played by one and the same bloke!
Sunday December 13th, 2020
device for the downloading of porn off the WAP (WAP: WIRELESS ADULT PHONE)
Saturday December 12th, 2020
Loved or hated. There is no in between. AKA Vegemite elsewhere in the world.
Friday December 11th, 2020
The broken definition of “Internet” the
“Interweb”. Used by those members of the media and people who think that the web is the Internet. (There are other protocols too, you know...)
And probably your parents.
Thursday December 10th, 2020
wars on iraq
Very popular with certain people and much opposed by others.
Oil split on troubled waters – beware of spreading.
Wednesday December 9th, 2020
Going to see a band live not to be confused with a concert.
Sunday December 6th, 2020
A bee, lightly sautéed. Potentially served on toast
Saturday December 5th, 2020
85 bureaux in London and around 750 across the UK. Can’t get through on the telephone? Well they are charities and the advice is free, staffed by volunteers and funded out of your Council Tax by your local authority who keep chopping their grants budgets.
Advice available on line. OR go and volunteer!
Friday December 4th, 2020
My band. Recently released a home-recorded CD with a few songs I’ve writ, and soon to follow with DVD including footish of us prancing about, running over seals and cooking! It’s early days yet, Rhynners!
Thursday December 3rd, 2020
When a man hasn’t been in the shower for a few weeks, and has sex so fast it causes friction burn...
Wednesday December 2nd, 2020
Name of made for TV musical starring Cliff Richard following slight alteration to the genuine billboard advert by unknown Croydon graffito artist.