Not many know that the word 'jobhair' actually was frequently used in the 18th century. A carpenter named Joe Bear from North London branded himself a buffoon as he managed to trip, and fall up a flight of stairs. Thousands of people were in hysterics once they found out. However, falling up stairs became more common, and someone who falls up a flight of stair would often laugh and say 'i've done a Joe Bear!'.
In the 19th century however, school children misunderstood the meaning of a 'Joe Bear', and began looseley using the term as an insult. over time the meaning was lost, and so was the spelling.
More recently, as the first families where men had 'jobes' finally were exposed people connected the insult 'jobhair' to the type of penis - a 'jobe'. And to add, the families which passed down jobes to the younger generation, all had females with ginger hair - as you can see everything seeminly connects. However, we know the true origins of 'jobhair' and we musnt ignore them.
stefano: "look ma jobe bled!!! check it yeh!"
everyone else: "EUUURRRRRHH MAN WTF U GOT SOME JOBE!!! LOOK AT DIS JOBHAIR EVERYONE!!!"
*after falling up a flight of stairs*
18th century man: "oh, hah hah, ive done a Joe Bear!"
oter 18th century man: "Ah yes, so you have"
when you follow through after a vigorous fart
'Oh Christ, just did a Tarky Toucher in my Undies'
Slang word for 'beer' at public schools, origin Harrow possibly.
'Wahey mate/star, lets get some beezos in'
A party thrown for anthropomorphics - guests would include the devil from the Master and Margherita, and felines that dance to TS Eliot poems.
Kathmandu, Kathmandu, where have you gone to Kathmandu, where did you come from, where did you go, where you come from Kathmandu. (ad nauseam)