a reference to one's actual arsehole
(rather than boss/husband/teacher/etc.) used either as a mild reproof or exclamation of disbelief.
"The War Against Terror? My hole, that is."
"You're taking that with you? My hole, you are."
"She never did! My hole!"
A waterproof torch, the beam of which can be focussed tightly or diffused, that comes in various sizes from keyring sized (single AAA battery) to large enough to kill somebody with.
Many immitators but still the best.
Can't see what you're doing? Get your maglite out.
Haven't got one? What kind of spanner
Not necessarily a full moon, but nearly - gibbous. So named because it's nice and bright so you can see what you're upto whilst doing somebody's drum
Actually a pain in the arse
because it makes it more likely that you would be seen clearly whilst perpetrating the crime.
Gran: Burglar's moon tonight...
: Yeah Gran, but I'll take a maglite
anyway, for when I get inside a place.
1. Many people don't wish society
to continue as it is, but, having no physical weapons
or a desire to use them, resort to informationism to effect change.
2. It's good informationism to keep pointing out that there were no links between the former Iraqi Dictator
, Saddam Hussein
, or WMD
3. In a world where truth
is defined by those who can afford to spend the most money
to have their version of it advertised widely, we must rely on informationism to present a balanced view.
Pl. noun ~ Human related dirt, filth. Dead skin, food residue, stinking clothes/bedding, toe jam
, nicotine stains, fag
ash, shit stains, klingon
s, soot from traffic or fires, etc.
Not to be confused with natural dirt, soil, grass stains, etc.
Adj. ~ scuzzy = being covered in, containing, looking like, reminding one of or perpetrating scuzz.
Fucking hell, the scuzz! I've lived in cleaner squat
s than this place, you scuzzy bastard!
A non-libelous effort by a private individual to debunk the unrealistic claims of internet advertisers.
That free iPod stuff was really bugging me, because you get through the whole process of taking up a subsidiary offer to get one, only to then be told you have to find ten friends to take up an offer before you qualify for it. So I wrote a spamdunk about it, to try to stop others being victimised in the same way.
N-ew E-tymology F-or O-ld C-oncepts.
The spurious use of a new acronym which adds nothing to the understandability of a statement, often by a wanker
trying to sound clever.