(n.) A coarse British exclamation meaning balls; testicles; scrotum. It is often be used as an expletive in place of balls
, etc., but, oddly on occassion, also as a term of appraisal and even esteem.
(v.) A term meaning to screw something up; a fuck up
Also spelled "bollucks" usually by Americans.
Nigel: Manchester United is nothing without David Beckham.
Cyril: That's a load of bollocks!
Cyril: You know you danced with that girl with toilet paper stuck to your shoe?
Nigel: Bar Keep! A round of pints, if you will. On me!
Cyril: Oy, Mate! You're the dog's bollocks!
Cyril: You want me to be your wingman
at the club tonight?
Nigel: No. After the toilet paper incident, I don't want you bollocksing up my chances again, mate.
Balls or testicles
never mind the bollocks, here's the sex pistols
Plural of "Bollock", a testicle.Although usually found in pairs have been known to be individually removed, either surgically or violently.
If you so much as look at that woman again I'll cut one of your bollocks off and feed you it for breakfast!
My favourite word of all time.
Generally a term used for male genitalia
but can be used for anything.
something not true,
when you drop heavy things on your feet,
a word for tired or knackered
a slag for someone who is annoying or 'a little shit',
A word that shocks and appauls Mrs. Doyle 'get-your-bollocks-outa-my-face'
'Jaysus this applemac is a load of bollocks!'
'Nah that never happened, thats a load of bollocks.'
'Bollocks!! Me toes!!!!'
'I was awake all night, and now Im feckin bollocksed!!'
'That little bollocks threw bottled piss at me!!'
The greatest word in the english language.
Is most commonly used as an
3.a cry of anger
4.a statement in general
(5.)Useful for relieving anger.
1. Do that again and I'll rip yer bollocks off and shove em up yer arse.
2. That meal was the (dogs) bollocks man.
3. BOLLOCKS! He cheated!
4. The world is just... bollocks man...
British term, an exclamation of something bad or said when something bad happens. Antonym is dog's bollocks (the)
I can't stand this. It's utter bollocks.
(1) I dont give a shit about
(3) A bit broken
Bollock(ing) & Bollock(ed)
(4a)A telling off & (4b)Told off
'Bollocks to that' (1)
'(1) Bollocks to that (2) bollocks it's (3) bolloxed and we'll get a (4a) bollocking and I hate being (4b) bollocked'.