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99 definitions by blue cawdrey

Diplomatic way of telling a man that he has neglected to zip up his trousers.
Head waiter: 'Apologetic cough, Excuse me sir do you know that you are flying without a license,
<Thought bubble> ... and that the sight of your scabby dick is upsetting our customers.
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004
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Type of low priced, high alchohol drink see Idiot broth.
He took another huge mouthfull from his can of sheepdip and seconds later redecorated the room with a huge technicolor yawn
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004
16 10
Hint to a tight arse that it is their turn to buy a round at the bar. It refers to a seldomly opened wallet or purse.
Come on Scrooge are you going to let the moths out.
by Blue Cawdrey November 18, 2004
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Goes way past brain death, if your are dead as a doornail prepare to become a 'hotel for worms'.
Dodos perhaps are the only creatures with a similar lack of animation; see dead as the dodo.
On the morticians slab both Qusay and Uday were laid out cold, both dead as a doornail, they looked so peacfull that it made me really happy to see them lying there.
by Blue Cawdrey November 23, 2004
14 9
Genre of movie where the plot revolves around a group of teenagers in a remote place who are systematically killed off by a monster or evil force. Jason & Friday the 13th was probably the original hack & slash movie.

Key points:
1.The victims never seem to realise that leaving the area may be a healthy alternative to staying close to the monster.

2. There is usually a scene where a scantily clad girl is chased through heavily wooded area.

3. There is always one of the group and a surviving bit of the monster or egg ect left at the end of the movie for a sequel.

The film Scary Movie is a parody of this genre.

Hack and Slash also is the name of a computer game.
Timmy: Are you coming to see Nightmare on Elm Street 106, 'Freddies walking frame' tonight.

Tammy: No thanks, I have seen enough hack and slash movies this year.
by Blue Cawdrey November 22, 2004
16 11
UK: Merchant Navy.
An unlikely tool that older ratings take a delight in sending junior inexperienced ratings to search for.

A variation is 'a tin of tartan paint'.
Bosun: Has anybody seen the deckboy?

AB: Uh yeh! we sent him to get the skyhook! :)
by Blue Cawdrey November 22, 2004
12 7
Extremly cold, bloody cold, effin' freezin', dickshrinkingly frigid.

If refering to self, then may be said through chattering teeth.

See also As cold as a witches tit
I don't envy those carol singers it's colder than a penguins chuff out there tonight.

Dead? The bugger's colder than a penguins chuff.
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004
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