9 definitions by JohnJoeTheGood

Derives from the episode of Mythbusters:

A saying that describes how close something was to happening. Usually uttered when in relief that something tragic did not occur.

The saying has it's origins in the Mythbusters episode where they rigged a dummy up to urinate on the third rail, of a railway track, which would subsequently give a lethal amount of electricity.
Jon: Aw mate imagine if you went out with Cersei.

Davos: I almost did.
Jon: No fucking way.
Davos: Yea, but she didn't like older guys, Christ, can you imagine? I nearly pissed on the third.
by JohnJoeTheGood May 13, 2019
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A phrase used to describe the state of the penis.

When an uncircumcised penis head rolls out of the foreskin.

Derived from the explorer, Robert Falcon Scott who ventured to Antarctica in 1912.
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A filmmaker's term, usually used to postpone a certain part of the shot, be it the lighting, composition or anything else that could be fixed in post production.

Filmmakers who are short for time will use this phrase.
Camera Operator: Hey Dan, I wiggled a little during that last shot, should we take it again?
Director: Nah don't worry, we'll fix it in post.
by JohnJoeTheGood May 13, 2019
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A phrase used to describe the distance between something. Used to describe things that are relatively close.
Come on, we can't give up now, Mordor is but a sniff away.

McDonalds isn't far, it's only a sniff away.
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Utter tripe. A phrase used to describe the nonsense coming out of someone's mouth.

Also used to describe how bad or in poor condition something is.

Derives from the foot of a badger, an animal known to carry tuberculosis.
Gerald will you just shut up, you've been talking badger-foot for the last half an hour!

Dude that car is definitely not going to run, look it. Just look at it...it's badger-foot.
by JohnJoeTheGood May 30, 2019
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A phrase used to describe the stress or anger of someone else, often used to attempt to calm them down. Similar to don't get your knickers in a twist.

Derives from the painful experience of testicular torsion.

One who has their "bollocks in a knot" is either very stressed or is in some way pained or angered.
John: Ryan I think I've left my history homework at home...
Ryan: Mate, don't get your bollocks in a knot, it's not due in until Friday.
by JohnJoeTheGood May 14, 2019
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When you shit yourself and sit down, giving yourself a sharse (shitted - arse). American pronunciation Shass (shitted - ass).
Aw mate, have you sniffed Connor? He smells like he's got a right sharse.
by JohnJoeTheGood May 13, 2019
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