4 definitions by MJA88

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1. A large, flying beetle which looks like a giant, scarier version of a Bee. It is referred to in the U.K as a 'May Bug'.

Not many people seem to remember them as they are rare in places but in some areas it is a common activity for children to go round swatting them with tennis racquets.

They look insanely scary and there is a myth that they like to get tangled up in your hair, resulting in the possibility of having to have your hair shaved off. This is just a story though and they are completely harmless and bare no danger to humans.

They are a known pest to farming, as they leave their larvae on the ground, resulting in crops being damaged.



2. A term used to describe cheap underwear such as boxer shorts which are fitted wrong and give you chafing round your legs.
1. Cockchafer, the correct term for the flying beetle known widely as a May Bug

2. I bought some cheap underwear from the store the other day... They are real cockchafers.
by MJA88 February 28, 2009
The London Borough of Havering. Used to be Essex until London was expanded in the 60's.
Contains the towns Romford, Rainham, Hornchurch and Upminster.

Still has the Essex 'RM' postcode and the towns within Havering are still classed as Essex by most people although it is served by London transport and London Met Police and is classed as Greater London.

Most famous for containing the chav town of Romford.

Neighbours with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (West) and London Borough of Bexley (South). Essex surrounds it to the east.

Right at the end of the London Underground District line at Upminster, Upminster Bridge, Hornchurch and Elm Park, stations which most people don't use because it takes years to get into the city centre that way.

Nothing really special here, its just confusing as to where it officially is located due to it being both Essex and London :P.




London Borough of Havering, the first London Borough to the East but properly known to people as being in the county of Essex.
by MJA88 February 14, 2009
Variation of the irish slang word eejit, generally meaning you are only slightly an idiot. A subtle approach to the insult, generally used on family members when a full insult doesn't feel necessary.
Paddy: I just spilt my drink on the floor

John: Argh! Your a half eejit!
by MJA88 April 23, 2009
A word used for pre-rolled cigarettes that you buy in packs in the shop.

The alternative to 'rollies' or 'roll-ups'.
"Hey man, can I have a straight? I cant be bothered to roll".
by MJA88 January 29, 2009

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