49 definitions by st. ias

FUN
FUN is an acronym for frivolous unburdened nookie
My girlfriend and I decided we would buy all the food and drink required to see us through to Monday on Friday. Once we had done all the shopping we would head straight home, unpack the shopping and put it away. We would then take the phone off the hook, switch off our mobiles and have fun all weekend until the time came to get upto get ready to go to work on Monday morning.
by St. Ias November 07, 2005
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A woman who comes to clean the house each week day.
She is usually employed by upper/middle and upper classes
My mum used to have lengthy conversations with the daily
when they were having their mid morning cuppa.
by St. Ias September 17, 2005
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JMR
Justified moral reaction
I posted some erotic literature to a friend. My friend blocked me.
My emails could no longer be received. I feel that this was JMR
by St. Ias September 16, 2005
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Pull a Pro means to succeed in getting a prostitute up an alleyway for a quickie.
My friend and I hit the town for the night. We had a few drinks then went to the Red Light district. There we watched kerb crawlers and women getting into some of the cars. My friend saw some women wearing extremely tight jumpers and tight short skirts. As he left me before walking towards them he said "I'm going to "pull a Pro""
by St. Ias December 20, 2005
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Jacobean magnificent reporters
During the period James I of England was on the throne (1566 - 1625)
those JMR Sir Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare were well known for their writing
by St. Ias September 16, 2005
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This is journalese for judge my report
An experienced journalist had had a difference of opinion, about an article he had finished writing, with his sub editor. He took the article the editor, placed it on his desk and said " JMR "
by St. Ias September 20, 2005
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