A fairly mild, and frequently used colloquialism/swear word in the UK. Comes from the old english 'ballock' meaning testicle (apparently shakespeare used this word in his plays!) Has several meanings
That movie was a load of old bollocks - that movie was crap.
That was the Dogs bollocks - That was the best
Oh bollocks! - a mild curse when something goes wrong
A highly flexible term commonly used by the English.
1. something rubbish
2. a falsehood or series of lies
3. something great
4. the best possible
6. exclamation on making a error.
1. That Mel Gibson movie was a load of bollocks.
2. That Tony Blair is talking bollocks.
3. That curry was the bollocks!
4. That your wife is the dog's bollocks when it comes to cooking!
5. Then she kicked him in the bollocks.
14th Century (as 'ballocks') English term which has grown numerous useful applications within today's language:more...
1. Term of exasperation, often at having made a mistake.
2. As a plural noun, the bollocks are the testicles.
3. Exaggerated truth or blatant lies.
4. Unfathomable rubbish; corporate management speak, e.g. 'blue-sky thinking', 'touch base', and 'thinking outside the box'.
5. Poor or bad effort, esp. with media references. (The more bollocks, the worse the event.)
6. When the bollocks belong to a canine, the inverse meaning of (5.) comes into play, though nobody knows quite why. This meaning appears to date back from 1989.
7. To 'drop a bollock' is to commit a social faux-pas leading to grave embarrassment.
8. A 'bollocking' is a telling off, often by one's boss for an inadequate or incomplete piece of work, or inappropriate behaviour.
9. To lack bollocks is to be gutless, spineless and generally lack courage. This is not used inversely for the word 'balls' covers this application.
10. As a verb, to 'bollocks' or to be 'bollocksed' it to flummox or be flummoxed; confuse or be confused.
11. If a piece of machinery is bollocksed, it is broken or rendered unusable either temporarily or permanently.
12. To be 'bollock-naked' it to be completely without clothing, save for a few relatively unimportant items such as socks, watch, rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings or other body jewellery.
13. To be 'bollocksed' al...
Good ENGLISH swear word.
Americans talk bollocks.
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The most useful word in the English language.
Me:- "OK love, when your grandma and grand dad come around it would be really good if you jump up and down on the sofa shouting Bollocks. Can you do that?"
Mate's 2 year old daughter:-"Yes"
Ten minutes later, old folks arrive, little girl jumps on sofa:
Mate's 2 year old daughter:-"Bollocks Bollocks Bollocks Bollocks Bollocks Bollocks Bollocks Bollocks"
Mate's wife:-"Please leave my house"
1.A word that we can say in America to confuse everyone.
2. Balls, nuts, testicles.
3. Expression of dismay or a substandard quality, unless belonging to a dog, in which case it means that the situation is highly satisfactory.
a:That film was bollocks!
b:I thought it was the dogs bollocks.
a:For bollocks sake you bollocking bollock, grow some bollocking bollock or I'll give you a bollocking followed by a sharp kick to the bollocks.
1) The ultimate verbal expression of frustration
2) Utter rubbish
3) 'dog's bollocks' - can't be bettered
As a swear-word bollock is the dog's bollocks
(n.) A coarse British exclamation meaning balls; testicles; scrotum. It is often be used as an expletive in place of balls, damn, shit, crap, fuck, 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. afail.
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.