v. - The process of digging through roadside hard collection or inorganics for items. Given that the piles of items are rubbish and are to be discarded, any individual that searches through the rubbish is likely to, when asked, say that he/she is just 'boking froo' (a play on 'poking through').
One can be forgiven for passing a pile of inorganics and sighting an item of interest that is in plain view then taking it. However, there is a step between taking items from the surface of the pile in plane view and boking froo looking for more junk to fill your back yard up with.
One of the big problems with Boking Froo that Councils and Counties are facing is the unnecessary spreading of inorganic rubbish from what was a neat and tidy pile into strewn out fields of litter.
Q) Excuse me sir can I ask what you are doing outside my house?
A) Oh sorry sir, I am just boking froo da hard collection looking for fings.
Q) Go on get out of here. Scram!
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