Words of the Day for June 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...
Wednesday June 29th, 2022
Touch-card set to replace normal travelcards on the london underground. With train tickets priced at last year’s prices.
Hightly proven to casue fits of joy to its First users
“wow... Lloyd you have to try this! It’s better than sex!” – unnamed gay guy
Saturday June 25th, 2022
Whacking someone over the head with a bit of wood.
Tuesday June 21st, 2022
A deceptively intelligent and humourous social commentator based in one of the several backwaters of Northamptonshire
Friday June 17th, 2022
Gay men with shaved heads who often wear agressive and intimidating clothing. Get their kicks consensually beating the shit out of anyone they percieve as attractive. Not to be confused with .
Thursday June 16th, 2022
The Religion of the Impossibly Stupid. These legions loyal to the God Eggus and the Holy Prophet St. Cadbury are alleged to share just one brain cell between them. (Although this is under debate as many single celled organisms which, when subjected to study have shown themselves to be vastly more intelligent). It is not known where this religion found it’s routes, but we all live in hope that someday a cure can be found for the debilitating stupidity that their form of worship brings on.
Tuesday June 14th, 2022
Longer than Antidisestablishmentarianism, a disease of the lungs caused by dust.
Monday June 13th, 2022
(Tho Scott’s one isn’t that cool)
Thursday June 9th, 2022
Gay bar in East London, famous for its amateur strip night every Wednesday – tends to be a haunt of Scott’s as it’s 5 mins walk from his flat. Not a bad place, mixed crowd of young and old
Wednesday June 8th, 2022
A condition brought about by eating whilst typing
Saturday June 4th, 2022
short for Barbican Arts Centre, Silk Street, London near Moorgate. Jason organises events at the Barbican mostly cinema outings. If you ever need to find me – try the Waterside Cafe – I’m usually sat outside whatever the weather enjoying some peace and quiet.
Friday June 3rd, 2022
A place too large to be a town and too small to be a city. Entered into the Guiness Book of Records in 1962 for having the most Freaks per square inch than any other place this side of the Urals. Famous for shoemaking, excessive amounts of rain, frequent traffic-light blackouts. One train station, no reputable taxi service
Thursday June 2nd, 2022
Neurotransmitter discovered in the 70s. Involved in pain perception, memory formation and mother-child bonding.
Too much anandamide creates an inexplicable sense of well-being and bliss.