Mildly tourettic term used by men to break any kind of silence in any kind of circumstance.
Sometimes simply 'ladyboys' (or ladyboys the matinee) can be used to replace proper nouns to spice up a sentence.
'Ladyboys the matinee' has developed over time from its humble origins in an episode of "I'm Alan Partridge" in which he utters the sentence: "tell me about the ladyboys".
It stood alone (i.e. as ladyboys), for a year or so before the release of 'Dark of the Matinee' by Franz Ferdinand in which "ladyboys the matinee" was sung as a replacement for the correct wording.
Taking the first sound from a word and sticking a ladyboys on the front of it can achieve an answer without losing its original meaning.
Example: Am having ladyboys 'acon for my ladyboys 'eakfast..
= Iam having bacon for my breakfast.
Derivatives that serve the same purpose =
times call for desperate
ladyboys the matinees.
Karl: Ladyboys the matinee ?
Scott: Aye, Ladyboys the matinee.
If we took a ronanee,
Took some time to matinee.