Used in biology and engineering to describe a divide, it is also a vernacular expression describing lady parts. See wedge and flange, among other carpentry terms. Popularised by the character Jeff in the BBC TV Series "Coupling"
You don't understand a word I'm saying do you? I've always wanted to do this.... Gusset. Breasts, thighs, cleft
Derek Ogilvie is a Scottish "psychic" (or rather psycho) who uses cold reading techniques, and pretends in all seriousness that he can read unruly babies' minds for their parents. What he actually does is mention a series of possible reasons why the mother is single or the couple aren't getting on very well until he hits the jackpot and they cry, having not imparted any practical advice as to how to deal with the errant child. He has a television show in the UK on Channel 5. He's a fraud.
I can't see how anyone actually believes The Baby Mind Reader is actually a psychic... he's blatantly guessing.
An interpretation of a beard. Grown by those who don't have sufficient coverage to actually constitute an actual beard. They often have trouble growing the typical 'evil twin' goatee (as displayed by Hasselhoff in Knight Rider for a few episodes) so they just go for the hairy sideburns and neck look. Pitiful.
Thank fuck Rabs shaved his beeyard off, he looked like a proper tramp. His beeyard scared freshers off cos they thought he was gonna ask them for spare change.