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Relates to the pain felt usually by males when suffering from gonorrhea and attempting to urinate.
He woke up one morning bursting for a piss, it felt like he was pissing razorblades. He realised he that had the clap.
by Blue Cawdrey November 18, 2004
A quick and dirty computer program cludged together to perform a temperory task, it is the usually thrown away afterwards.
Bills program was a cludge to send email while the main SMTP server was down for maintainence.
Not sure if this applies to Windows
by Blue Cawdrey November 18, 2004
UK: A pretty good bet that something is going to happen.

Pound = UK money.
I'll bet you a pound to a pinch of shit that its raining when we get back of holiday.
by Blue Cawdrey November 23, 2004
Low ranking member of the British army, equivilent to the American word grunt.
Lock up your daughters, the squaddies are in town tognight!
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004
The dead skin and other gunk that builds up on a computer keyboards over time.
Euuuk! shake off that keyboard plaque someware else.
by Blue Cawdrey November 18, 2004
During the Falkland war the English troops nicknamed the members of the local population 'Bennys' after a character from the English soap Crossroads, famous for his wooly hat and limited intelligence.
This was considered politically uncorrect and the solders were ordered to stop and that the population were not Bennys.
Henceforth the Falkland Islanders were refered to by the solders as 'Not Bennys'
Hey, corperal ask that Not Benny the way to Goose Green.
by Blue Cawdrey November 18, 2004
London, UK.
Historically, the pies were made from scraps of beef and vegetables, leftovers or from the local markets, under a pastry crust. The mashed potatoes were liberally covered in parsley gravy or "liquor". There has been a great revival in these dishes and quite a number of Pie ā€˜nā€™ Mash restaurants can now be found across London.
Traditional foods in London include pie 'n' mash and jellied eels.
by Blue Cawdrey November 22, 2004