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US Army slang possibly from the Korean War, where helicopters were first used to transport wounded troops, but certainly in use during the Vietnam War. A contraction of evacuated, it means to be removed from a combat zone, by helicopter, to an aid station or hospital and, if the injury or wound is serious enough, back to the United States.
Jimmy got creased a couple of times during Charlie’s last attack; dumb fuck thought he was going to be evaced, but all he got was a purple heart and a pat on the head.
by AKACroatalin February 22, 2017
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A friendly greeting, often used in Nottinghamshire, which can leave people not from the Midlands a bit puzzled the first time they hear it.
“Ey up me duck, y’alreet?” (Hello, are you well?)
“Aye, grand. Y’rsel’?” (Yes, I’m fine. How are you?)
by AKACroatalin May 28, 2015
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It means of, pertaining to or consisting of faeces; shitty, crappy, excremental.
Malcolm, I’ve seen toilet bowls full of rotting faecal matter with more charisma than you!”
by AKACroatalin April 20, 2015
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This is a phrase used to introduce aliases, nicknames, working names, legalised names, author’s pen names and so on. Identical in meaning to the old English word Yclept, it is often abbreviated to AKA.
Politicians, also known as two-faced exponents of weasel words.
by AKACroatalin May 16, 2015
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Acronym for an English expression All Mouth And Trousers which is used to describe someone who is an inveterate bullshitter. Someone who talks a lot but is unable, unwilling or incapable of delivering on their promises.
The phrase originated in the North of England and refers to people who talk a lot (mouth) and wear showy clothes (trousers).
"Malcolm's telling everybody that he's working really hard and he's going to complete the new website today and it will get him a promotion!"
"Has he started it yet or is he too busy telling everyone about it?"
"No, he's still talking about it."
by AKACroatalin March 14, 2015
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Not used often now, but can mean a number of different things:
1 A person who takes bribes from both sides of a dispute;
2 A double-dealer, crook or cheat;
3 A person able to play (musical instrument or sport) with either hand;
1 A adjudicator’s dream;
2 A politician;
3 The dream of every talentless twit;
by AKACroatalin March 5, 2019
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The lowest form of animal life; they are the arseholes who use the law in ways for which it was not intended. Some of these scumbags, quite literally, follow ambulances carrying people, involved in traffic accidents, to hospital in order to get them to make a claim against the other party involved. In Britain, these bastards use human rights law to prevent paedophile rapists from being deported back to their country of origin. They’re the ones who act on behalf of terrorists to pursue damages against troops who were doing their duty under incredibly difficult circumstances. Why do they do it? For money, they cynically exploit the law that is supposed to protect people to make themselves rich. They are vermin and should be treated as such.
“An online petition has been set up to make it legal to kill ambulance chasing lawyers!”
“Where do I sign?”
by AKACroatalin August 31, 2016
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