Brixton slang, rhymes with charlie
there's barley coming in tomorrow, fifty quid a gramme
a/n. A description for a person who is "off the hook". A barley tends to be the coolest person you know.
My man Barley is a barley
A cereal grain that generally comes in 2-row and 6-row varieties. Malted and used to produce sweet, sweet beer.
All I need is barley, water, hops, and yeast and I can make the best beer you ever tasted
barley means wicked.
man utd r barley> man utd are wicked
What you end up saying when you mean barely.
"I barley had any time to do my homework last night!"
Term used to describe unjustly confident or successful youths, often concerned with image and persuing career's in the media. Originating from the character invented by Charlie Brooker's TVGoHome website, it was later the inspiration for the Channel Four Sitcom Nathan Barley, written by Chris Morris and Charlie Brooker. There are two predominant types of Barley. The first type are generally loud and self-important, with an overconfident opinion of themselves. They feel that their lives are more important than those of others around them, hence the loudness. They have designer-scruffy hair, wear tight jeans, tight t-shirts, zip-up jackets and Von Dutch caps. They wear whatever is put in the front window of Topshop, study in-vogue subjects such as psychology and human biology, despite having no real career aspirations, and are easily entertained by idiotic teen-prank humour. They will also mindlessly buy mobile phones, mp3 players etc. regardless of whether they are neccessary. Though they binge drink, drive Euro-box cars and speak with a pseudo-Essex estuary accent tinged with their local dialect, they lack the nerve of chavs. They can be very aggressive in their appearance and behaviour, but lack the courage, individuality or drive to live up to the aggressively confident image they put up.
The second group derive from the "alternative" music scene. they too study in-vogue subjects, though this is often coupled with the arts. Again, while they profess a love for arthous...
A vagina. As in, to make barley; wheat; or other similar grain products.
Natively, barley is a cereal
grain derived from the annual grass Hordeum Vulgare. Vulgare sounds like vulgar
, and has a similar construction to "vagina;" vaginas are in the commonplace vernacular as being vulgar. Also, Horedeum sounds a bit like "Whore
," who often have vaginas.
Barley is used for malting, which is akin to something like a yeast infection
Barley is used to make alcoholic beverages such as beer
, which often lead to vagina.
"Make sure you wash your barley Ashley!"
"This barley needs to be malted."
Last year's barley harvest yielded much poontang
"I like barley."