An English phonetic version of "Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau", the national anthem of Wales, written by Swansea poet Nigel Jenkins.
My hen laid a haddock, one hand oiled a flea,
Glad farts and centurions threw dogs in the sea,
I could stew a hare here and brandish Dan's flan,
Don's ruddy bog's blocked up with sand.
(Cytgan - Chorus)
Dad! Dad! Why don't you oil Auntie Glad?
Can whores appear in beer bottle pies,
O butter the hens as they fly!
A ruse used by one nation as a false pretext for invading another, often but not always humanitarian in nature. Refers to the World War I propaganda put out by the Allies accusing the Germans of slaughtering Belgian babies.
The claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction was a Belgian baby; in reality, self-interest rather than humanitarian concern was the motivating factor.
The experience of being high, especially on LSD. Derived from the 1967 song "Flying High" by Country Joe & The Fish.
Man, the other night, Steve and I were totally flying high! We each took a tab of Orange Sunshine, and I felt like I was merging with all the furniture in the room!
"And I went flying high . . . all the way." -Country Joe & The Fish
1. In Indian slang, a promiscuous woman.
2. In Bollywood cinema, a woman who appears in an item song; (hence) a female actress, singer, or dancer, esp. one who is poised to become a star.
1. Priya is such an item girl, yar! Look at how revealing her dress is!
2. Many an item girl has lip-synched to the voices of Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle.
The miraculous effects of Viagra. A play on the name of the basketball player.
Albert was getting on in years, so he turned to Magic Johnson for assistance in pleasing his wife.