Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by Simon, Aug 6, 2010.
Wee cough - part of your annual holiday.
Whisky - Bit like a whisk.
Boxcar - Volvo
Exploratory - what John Major did to Edwina Curry.
Attire - goes round a wheel
Atrophy - what you get for coming first
I play triangle for a reggae band.
It's pretty casual.
I just stand at the back and ting.
"Count Basie Orchestra on Triangle"
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Yeman - Afro Caribbean agreeing
Jamica - Afro Caribbean word for UK comedian
Yingting - Scottish for a thing
Taboo - Thanking the girl from Monsters Inc for the gift
Hippie - That general part of the hip
Goolies - People that come from Goole
Numpty - Exceptionally hot tea
Peking - What Chinese people do through gaps in the wall
Bradford - Where Brad Pitt crosses shallow water
Irritate - What stereotypical Chinese voice actors say about it being late in the night
Chile - When it is not warm enough
Rheumatism - The older I get, the more I spread gossip.
Bobsleigh - Killing bob.
Dreadnought - Bald Rastafarian.
GASTRONOMY – The study of Michelin stars.
FOXGLOVE - Basil Brush.
BROUHAHA – A cup of tea that tastes funny.
For fans of Radio 4's Sorry I Haven't A Clue should get themselves a copy of the book Uxbridge English Dictionary, which has just been published.
Mama Mia: A Yorkshire lad telling his mother he's arrived.
Cauldron - What Harry Potter's friend is.
Romance - Italian insects.
Party - Scottish for "a regular amount of toes"
XMA-An irritating skin problem
Not sure, what should weigh heavier:
Being glad, that I understand at least some these?
Or being down, for not understanding all the others?
Oh, yeah, and I want a thinking smiley.
And a ninja smiley.
Welcome - exceptionally good at... arriving?
Yay, another one I understood
Its so simple..
Separate names with a comma.