Members of Mush are Mushers On the site the word mush is substituted for the word "much" and JELLUS for jealous
Who isn’t she?
Famous celebrity, popular television personality, tabloid wet dream, lads’ mags’ cover-girl, best-selling author, bit-part actress, glamour model, outspoken animal rights campaigner, philanthropist, outrageous fashion provocateur, victim, bully, hypocrite, f*ck-puppet to the stars, and so mush more…
She also wore three belts as an outfit once
Now married to catalogue model Matt Peacock in a staged "Live" wedding (NOT)
filmed by MTV just to take the p***s.
That was a label applied to us rather than one of our choosing; mush in the same way Jodie is sometimes called a “slapper”. Some of us consider themselves “haters” while others prefer the term “anti-fan”. One thing everybody agrees on: we are all Mushers!
This word derived from a Romany word.
Commonly used to replace the word "mate".
Despite the negative connotations this word has attracted in more recent times, this is historically a general term used in the Portsmouth dialect. It is in no way chavvy, save for the fact that most of the real Pomponians left in Portsmouth these days pretty much are chavs.
A more endearing term is "mushty" or "mushdy", often rhymed with "cushdy", which expresses more of a friendly level of acquaintance.
Mate, did you see them mushes Jonno knocked spark out last night?
Cushdy mushdy, thanks for paying me bail.
"No shes/hes not actually italian hes/shes a mush!"