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Remarkably insensitive name for an English company in the 1950's and 1960's that used to make golliwog soft toys, including some 6-foot tall ones.

Understandably, no longer in business (for the obvious reasons and the fact that my gran owned it and is now dead)
This golliwog was made by Coon Craft, Ltd.
by JohnnyMalaria April 29, 2006
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Used as an exclamation to express disbelief. Usually spoken with deliberate excess emphasis on both syllables.
"I had it off with Mary last night!"

"Yeah, reckon."
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"He's got the real arse ache with me today. Just 'coz I turned up late!"
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George Bush.

Compare: Dick - euphemism for penis (Cheney).
by JohnnyMalaria January 23, 2005
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*NOT* Created in Boston, Lincs, UK circa 1987. In wide use in Portsmouth, Hants by 1970's school kids.

To express sarcastic disbelief or incredulity at the actions of another.
"I found ten quid yesterday"

"Yeah, chin-ny". Often accompanied with a ruminating rubbing of the chin. Also "Yeah, chin-wag".
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England, esp South Coast.

Pushy, angry.

"Don't get lairy with me!"
"He gets so lairy when he's had too much".
"Don't get lairy with me!"

"He gets so lairy when he's had too much".
by JohnnyMalaria January 23, 2005
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