something that has or makes no sense
An example of nonsense:
Things are a lot more like they used to be than they are now.
british term for bullshit
Take a step outside the city
And turn around
Take a look at what you are
It is revolting
You're really nowhere
another word for garbage
there is so much rubbish in this town
nonsense, lies, deception = bullshit
Baloney, this is not a restful place.
The act of having sex in an amphitheater.
*two people walking along at an amplitheater*
Person one: Piffle?
A heap of utter crap
You're talking shite, pal, that's total balderdash
NB Balderdash could be used to describe what Prime Minister Tony Blair talks on a regular basis, both in and out of Parliament
A blatant lie, a fragrant untruth, an obvious falicy.
Or, the excriment of cattle.
"I smell something...
Is it dog? No...
Is it horse? No...
I know. Its BULLSHIT!"
Poorly quoted "Only fools and horses"
Well, the concept is right.
1) n : insincere foolishness : nonsense
2) n : a person's asshole
"That's nothing but a bunch of bunkum!"
"Yo, you've got some nasty stank coming from your bunkum!"
to chatter meaninglessly, babble
Susan and Diane prattled about tupperware every time they bumped into each other when taking walks through the neighborhood.
A highly flexible term commonly used by the English.
1. something rubbish
2. a falsehood or series of lies
3. something great
4. the best possible
6. exclamation on making a error.
1. That Mel Gibson movie was a load of bollocks.
2. That Tony Blair is talking bollocks.
3. That curry was the bollocks!
4. That your wife is the dog's bollocks when it comes to cooking!
5. Then she kicked him in the bollocks.