Despite political corectness going to war with honesty and rational thinking, the general perception of travellers remains quite accurate. They are untrustworthy scum who make life hell for genuinely hard working people who are unfortunate enough to have them envade their local green area. They have no respect for the environment and they dont pay for taxis. They solve arguments with violence and marry within their familys.
scumbag- being from either side of the liffey. Despite what the stuck up conceited South siders with delusions of Grandeur think, see snob
there are lots of knackers South of the Liffey in Tallaght, Clondalkin and many other locations.
affectionate mocking term for one who does something revolting yet funny.
"Dont pay for it to be destroyed, sure the knackers will give ye 20 quid for it"
"No mum, I dont want to go to college in Ballyfermot, its full of knackers"
"Sabrina stop pickin your nose ya knacker"
I'll make a fanny outta your forhEad sham!
Hey baoy, how's your hole baoy!
Popular knacker names include Francie and John-Joe.
Another meaning of the term "Knacker" can roughly be equated with the English term Ned, ie, a person who wears nothing but Nike, Adidas or Puma gear, stands on the corner of the local Mac Donalds all evening trying to intimadate young children who walk by.
Generaly however, all members of both Knacker sub-divisions display complete ignorance of all civilisied culture.
Ya filthy dirty knacker...get away from my hub caps!
During the bus journey they will treat the other passengers to all the ringtones in their mobile phone. Mainly up to date rubbish dance tunes, e.g eric prydz call on me.
A) very tired (of a person, usually in past tense),
B) broken or injured (of a thing or body part, usually in past tense),
C) testicle, singular (knackers plural),
D) a person who kills and disposes old and worn out horses before they are buried and/or rendered into glue or possibly star in snuff animal porn movies specially made for Danish truckers in Milton Keynes.
2. A yard where horses are killed for food or glue, short for the "knacker's yard".
3. Sometimes used in place of 'knackered', meaning 'tired' or 'worn out'.
2. We sent Red Rum to the knacker's yard.
3. My knackers are knackers after all that fun in the knacker's.
All knackers enjoy "Bockin' da head o' ya, gear, yolks, dope. hub caps, robbing, thieving, lying, transit vans, horses, lifestyle sports, penneys clothes, supermacs, macdonalds, cinemas, crappy civics and puntos. Fighting, rolling up their sleeves.
God I hate knackers.
They also can't read or write, and try to rip you off by selling u a microwaved eight instead of a decent quarter.
They can't speak either.
"Box da nick off ya, lid bollox, bate tha hid off yer showldees. Tum'on, I fite ya. I fite ya! I knife ya! I stikk me daggy in the side ur nick and slit ur throat. I will! Tum'on give us a yaro, go on, I'll fite ya!
I fite ya fo a five-o, bate ya fo a tenno. Ivya have 15 I bewwy ya fo it. An if ya don wan fite me, meh bwodja bate ya fo not chin.
SO IS ALL OF PORTLAOISE.
I was mindin' be business and this knacker stabbed me.