Other variations: millbeg, millbag
A female "chav" from Northern Ireland, more so from Belfast. Derives from the name given to the girls who worked in the mills in West Belfast in the 19th century. Today they can be found parading the streets of Belfast. Usually pregnant by age 14 with a cigarette in one hand and a 70cl bottle of "WKD Blue" in the other (and that's while they are still pregnant). Usually bear pink tracksuits or sightly "trendy" clothes, accompanied with dollops of fake tan to give one an orange complexion. Before the morning Novena in Clonard, they are usually seen on the roads in their pyjamas, slippers and with curlers in their hair, accompanying their 7 or 8 pre-teenage children to primary school. Their native call is shrieking abuse at one another in a dialect which takes years to accumulate.
None have a proper education and 95% are on the "Brew" by age 18, collecting benefits (illegally or otherwise).
They love to engage in the following past times:
- having sex with anything with a pulse and a penis
- boast about their "fella" whether or not they are faithful to this certain lad (usually they are not)
- kicking the living daylights of anyone that looks different to them
- popping "E" (or pretending to) and listening to NRG and sickly rave
- screaming secterian abuse to whomever doesn't support their Scottish league football team
- dancing around a burnt out car which their male counterparts have stolen
- being alcoholics/thieves/junkies (or all three)
Approach with caution, can be dangerous.
"Hore's one of dem millies."
"Luk at thon pack of millies!"
"Kill thon fennian millbég!!"
"Kill thon hun of a millbég!!"
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