21 definitions by Billy-Bob McSanchez

An authoritarian figure, usually teachers or bosses at the workplace.
"Shit, I've got maths next with Adolf."

"I can't wait to get my P45 from Tesco, if only to get away from old Adolf over there."
by Billy-Bob McSanchez April 8, 2005
Comes from the German word for 'dumb' (incapable of speaking), though it is spelt 'stum' in German. Spelling in English somewhat ambiguous.
"Keep stum or I'll chop your facking balls off sunshine!"
by Billy-Bob McSanchez April 6, 2005
A mocking nickname of the Communist Party of Great Britain.
It's a reference to the initials, CPGB, which kinda rhymes with heebee jeebies.
"The heebee jeebies are selling the Morning Star outside Tesco's again."
by Billy-Bob McSanchez August 8, 2005
(verb) generally to carry something, not necessarily over water.
"Can you ferry the fridge back to my gaff for nothing mate?"
by Billy-Bob McSanchez April 6, 2005
Use especially in the West Country, where it is pronounced hilariously as 'lurrrrrsh'.
"I thought you said tha' bint o'er there's well lurrrsh. She fucking mings to hell and back!"
by Billy-Bob McSanchez April 6, 2005
Nickname for the political party New Labour amongst some left-wingers, with the blue referring to what they percieve to be the Tory Thatcherite policies that they have adopted/stolen from the right, whilst totally abandoning any pretence of being a workers party.
"Blue Labour, Tories, BNP, all one the same."
by Billy-Bob McSanchez April 9, 2005