A term for white sauce, used in cookery. Also slang for sperm
, due to its appearance and consistancy.
He drizzled the poor man's custard on to her chops.
Female genitalia. Have only ever heard this phrase used by Sex Pistols' guitarist Steve Jones, whilst on an American Radio Station. Possibly originating from South London & The Home Counties circa 1960s, though sounds of a much earlier century, perhaps 18th?
(to female caller on live Radio Show)
"Have you got a hairy Jagged Annie?"
A late 20th century phenomenum. The greatest, most earth-shaking popular culture since rock'n'roll. Musically, an natural evolution of folk/protest music. For the people, by the people, an accessable documentaion of modern times. Genuine eccentricity for the modern age, lampooning all trends before it and sticking two fingers up to a confused and plastic world.
The Bus Station Loonies.
Punk is punk is punk is punk.
There is no authority but yourself.
Do anything you wanna do.
An exclamation of delight or bliss, when in a particular comfortable or cosy environment.
(Following a rigid and exhausting day. Showered and slipping between freshly laundered and warm bedclothes) "Iss-Iss!"
Vulgar term for the anus, rectum and bowels. Named after the main character's transportation machine in the popular UK Sci-Fi programme "Dr.Who". The 'tardis' held a lot more than it looked from the outside.
The customs officer got ready for another trip into the dung tardis.
The odd little stalk atop of genuine beret. Also a tuft of stray hair that simply refuses to lie flat. Or a stalk on a piece of fruit you have to pull off prior to consumption (say, on an apple or strawberry).
"Zat is not mon beret, zere is no plink!"
"All set for the job interview, except for this darn plink won't stay down!"
"It's all right, grandad, I've mushed-up all your fruit and de-plinked it".
*Additional to earlier definition* Sorry, I misinformed you people, it was Plasmatics lead guitarist Richie Stotts who was one of the first to introduce the mohawk as punk rock chic, not Wes Beech. I've read references to bihawks and trihawks... another variant on the style is the Trojan... longer at the front, tapering off gradually to the back.
Richie Stotts, along with Discharge bassist Rainy, were two of the first punk rockers to introduce the mohawk hairstyle to that particular genre.