Used (probably not exclusively) throughout the university of Oxford, UK
Also (less commonly) used as a verb 'to pidge', translates as "to check ones pidgeon hole"
eg. "what are you doing?"
Pidge = 2 minutes
Can be used as a fraction
Half a Pidge = 1 minute
Pidge and a Half = 3 minutes
Normally refering to a man who cums early. "To do a Pidge"
did he just Pidge you? Yea
for time: how long should this go in the microwave? a pidge and a half.
Fat around your back, or "back biscuits" can also be referred to as "bidge" if it is slight, or "budge" if in excess.
The substitution of "u" with "i" to create diminutive versions also applies in the following cases: smudge, fudge, drudge, nudge, judge, crud, etc.
To denote a state in between large and small, an "a" may be substituted in place of "u" or "i" as is the case in "padge." To achieve the superlative, substitute the letter "o" as in "podge", pronounced with a short "o" sound as in "dot".