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An ironic or sarcastic phrase. It's used in unfortunate situations caused by bad luck or stupidity, to indicate annoyance and incomprehension at the undesireable turn of events. It derives from the Star Wars movies, where Jedi characters use The Force to perform various unlikely acts.
Person A. The car has run out of petrol.

Person B. Great! How are we going to get to the wedding on time? Use The Force?
by kilkrazy January 02, 2005
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To scriggle: intransitive verb.

Describes the action of wriggling and squirming through narrow spaces such as half-closed doorways, around the floor at crowded parties, and so on.
May I just scriggle through to the bar?
by kilkrazy October 07, 2005
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A top shelf magazine contains 'men's interest material', making it unsuitable for minors to look at and therefore it is put out of their reach on the top shelf in the newsagent.
"If you're looking for 'Shaven Asian Babes' you'll find it on the top shelf."
by kilkrazy June 30, 2004
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Transitive verb. Slang, meaning to accept a bribe or some other sub rosa payment, usually in cash. That is, to take the money and slip it into your trouser pocket.
Mr Fayed offered a brown envelope and Hamilton trousered it straight away.
by kilkrazy January 03, 2005
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Noun. A round tuuit is a very useful piece of equipment for the office, workshop or home, which allows the posessor to tackle any number of tasks.

In fact, without a round tuuit, it's hard to get anything done.
A) When can you finish those schedules I need?

B) I'll do them when I get a round tuuit.
by kilkrazy January 09, 2005
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Adjective: Describes the appearance of soldiers in the field, who are usually have worn equipment, dirty uniforms, and unofficial additions or modifications of their kit. This makes them look tough and professional. People wanting to imitate that look will batter their new equipment, grow stubble even if they have the chance to shave, and so on.

Derived from 'rough'.
"Are you growing that beard because your chin is cold or do you just want to look more rufty-tufty?"
by kilkrazy July 02, 2004
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