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3 definitions by Moved Away

 
1.
Clay Boy: Streak of piss, ill-nourished, noisome, combats-clad benefits reliant crustie and "Got a point-two-bag?" junkie scrounger. Matey's Dwelling: lean-to / caravan / cowshed in field near struggling clay-mining shitsplat satellites of St Austell. Can be reliably spotted in town Thursdays when the IncapBen goes out, though a goodly number lack the wit to claim fuckall. Especially JSA - a laughable concept in these inbred windswept toilets anyway. So they'll happily admit they're junkies to get the Cripple Cash.
Fond of dog: stringed/banned/crippled/pestiferous, matters not and likewise inversely enamoured of manipulative alcoholic sub-menopausal fat cow (kids - oh yes) who maintains necessary facilities in the local pikey estate (see Bugle).
Sean: HM King Clay Boy I in a plywood wagon. How many "busts" must you stage before your equally fuckwitted dealer works out you had the lot wasted during one of your 30-Valium benders? Dealer however tolerates such 3-Bears because alternative is to deal with your sort on a daily basis. Which no amount of narcotic can alleviate, so you are almost worth the occasional 3-Bears flapdoodle. "But I always bury it near the cowshed." Right you are.
by Moved Away November 12, 2006
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2.
Playground ruction procedure (UK c.1970's). Combatants remove their arms from sleeves and stuff them inside the trunk of their gansies, leaving just a set of waggling digits for attack. As per flid fight but with addition of the kneeling into shoes in order to complete a quadripegically stunted effect. Serious injury rarely ensued but a tried and tested upsetter of harassed dinner ladies, babysitters and nana.
"Having an older brother meant I invariably came off worse in sibling ructions but I always gave His Royal Highness proper competition when we matched up for our annual spina fight,"
Memoirs of HM King George VI
by Moved Away November 12, 2006
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3.
A spacker or spazz type, generally more specifically used to indicate ungainliness or perceived deformity. Poorly-understood diminutive of spina bifida (birth defect resulting in varying degrees of nearual tude defect and consequent disability).
See also spina fight.
"Sir! Do we have to have Robertson on our team Sir? I mean, he's a right spina..."
by Moved Away November 12, 2006
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