Metal Climbing Frame, a style of music that was the cornerstone of early 1990 life at college in North West England. Characterised by songs written 'on the fly' and about difficult teachings at that time, it is also used in conversation to describe situations similar to those described in typical college music lyrics.
Your talking MCF mate, like "Ken, he's got a party sausage and two olives"
"He's a rock climber that can't climb any rocks", that's MCF to you and me
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