Slang for (a cup of) Coffee used in the UK. When a guest called round, the host's usual polite offer of "would you like coffee? do you take milk? how many sugars?" gradually got abbreviated during the 70s until all that remained was the last word, usually phrased as a question, "sugars?".
A good host would also offer eddies
to accompany the sugars.
Tender: "Wheyyy... sleee. Got any eddies?"
1. another word for "kiss"
2. an expression of love
"Gimme some sugar, bay-bee!" Mmmm-maH!
A gift from God that for some reason rots your teeth.
What's better than sugar? Nothing.
A sweet flavored, grainy substance used to add flavor to beverages and baked goods.
I like my coffee with cream and sugar.
Sweet, sweet lovin from a hot woman
Gimme some sugar baby, I'm all a-hot for it
A Southern term for 'kiss. Often pronounced as 'suga' or some variation therof
Grandpa Henderson--"Give me some sugar, honey"
African-american vernacular used to describe the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.
My mama been doin' better ever since she started takin' pills for her sugar.