(n.) An alcoholic beverage had before an unpleasant task. The fact that britains' second empire and the Netherlands' first rose at the same time caused a great deal of tension between the two nations (though never real animosity like there was with France) and when they joined in temporary naval alliances they noted that dutch sailors took thier alcohol allowance just before battle, whereas the Royal Navymen drunk throughout the day.
I need some dutch courage before going down on that hairy, spotty bush!
Flicking various colours off the tip of a paint brush, then using black paint to draw some squiggly lines, often finishing with finger painting and handprints. Child's art with a signature in the corner.
Making a fair quality sculpture of a person, animal or both... then removing the limbs, burning away the features and making it generally unrecognisable.
Such oddities are adored by the PoMo (post-modern) elites and thier hangers on.
At an art gallery showcasing some modern art
Ordinary person: What the.....
Pomo sycophant: You unculteréd and unciviliséd méss; It's modern art. Geat with it!!
Ordinary person: It's a carrot with a fucking flag on it. How is that art?
Appalingly bad British tabloid that somehow became the biggest curculating english-language newspaper in the world. Only communist-state controlled crap shifts more. It is obsessed with C-list celebrities and the plight of working classes to better themselves. Will never stop whinging about the government, child saftey, paedophiles, taxes, anything to do with cars or any minute hipocrisy.
A catch-phrase originating from the 60's. Describes the massive obsessing over The Beatles. This phrase is still in use now due to the fact that the beatles have a massive legion of diehard fans that dwarfs the teenie bopper following of any pop whorelet such as Britney Spears.
Luke has beatlemania. He spent his life savings on John Lennon memorobilia
(n.) A long time standing wwf/wwe wrestler who has competed and won in just about every match style ever. Used to be scary then became a biker, which sucked. he's now gone back to being the phenom, and has pioneered such moves as the chokeslam, tombstone piledriver and the last ride.
Eighties British slang for a gang consisting predominatly of Jamacians, or those of Jamacian descent. Usually yardies work in large groups and favour torture to anyone who says anything against them. Their downfall is their rash decisions, inability to handle the police democratically, and thier general disorganisation when compared to larger gangland groups. Yardies, though many, tend to share a distrust for anyone outside their own gang, and are often drawn into gunfights or knife battles. Charactorised by excessive jewellry, puffer-jackets, baseball caps and screeching accents.
Usually violent and easily lured into losing their monies through misadventure.