Whitley Bay make up can be found on various ladies of loose morals around the pubs of Whitley Bay most nights of the week.
Whitley Bay makeup is supplied exclusivly by a company names Pollyfilla and must be applied with a trowel.
It is often mixed with orange food colouring to give that 'Tango'd' look and most be allowed to dry very quicly to achieve that cracking 'Orange Peel' look.
Whitley Bay makeup is applied by the bucket load to all age groups in the area from the 16 year olds trying to get in to the 70 year old dinasaurs that stalk South Parade at the end of the night seeking out the drunken men as prey.
'Woh look at the clipof that, she has her Whitley Bay Make up on'
A Shiney in the school yard refers to football cards, you had swaps and shineys, the shineys were normally silver or gold which you would never ever swap.
You would also sometimes get a limited edition collectible shiney which were the holy grail.
A Shiney for grown men uses the same principal as derived from the school yard but applied to woman, so a swap would be an old trollop normally of easy virtue like those that frequent Whitley Bay, a Shiney would he a beautiful lady that if you were lucky enough to be with you would never ever swap and most men dream of that rare thing a limited edition collectible shiney.
Shineys to not have loose morals, mouths like fishwives and count thief sexual partners in 10's.
A Shiney is very rare and a limited edition collectible shiney is almost extinct especially in Whitley Bay.
"What a long shift in the door tonight, never mind I am off to see my Shiney after work"
"Come on see you drinks off and make your way outside and hurry ad I am off to see my limited edition collectible shiney"
"I thought that Georgia was a Shiney but when I got to know her she turns out to be a limited edition collectible Shiney"