A skip rat is a beautiful creature that walks in an aloof fashion and wears a wispy mane of hair. A natural forager that is strangely drawn to shiny things and anything that would be considered worthless to normal people.
There is an example of a skip rat who is part of the Grangetown Massive his identity shall remain a secret.
a person normally clad in addidas extra stripe (or addidas miss a stripe) whom forages in skips looking for discarded items to sell.also a derogatory term for any bitch that looks like a proper minger
why dont u fuck off you skip rat.
One who burrows through the discarded debris in a skip, looking for items which may still be of value and/or useful to said skiprat. Much like a modern day Womble. Needless to say, such activity is viewed as "a bit pikey" by the average man on the street, who prefers his kitchen sink to come from a more reputable source.
Janet: Bollocks, a load of stuffs fallen out...
John: yeah, a skiprat's been at it
Shouted from a moving vehicle: "SKIPRAT!"
a person who spends their time searching skips or rubbish tips for any discarded items that they can scrounge
"check the little skip rat scurrying abbout in that large metal bin!!!"
Skip Rat: a derogatory term and classist stereotype, which is used very broadly and mostly inaccurately used to describe rural, and/or poverty class individuals.
That family are a bunch of skip rats!
is a desciding word of a scuffy lowlife kind off person someone who smells and takes no pride in his/her appearence scruffy, tatty, dirty, scum,
look at the state of that skiprat he be drinkin 6 cans in the mornin
Another word for a chav/townie etc, more offensive
get the fuck away, you skiprat twat.
the Britsh equivalent to American 'trailer trash'
a skiprat is someone who lives off of favours from other people, never getting anywhere in life on their own, they are those who think the world owes them a living, all take and no give.
skiprat - can i borrow (x), can you give me a lift, can you lend me money and they never offer as much as a thank you or return favours