Used to suggest that something is particularly easy to comprehend or uncomplicated. Communicates a greater level of simplicity than its antecedent 'simple'.
Often used ironically after an especially convoluted/complex explanation of something.
Coined by Aleksandr Orlov, the meerkat of comparethemeerkat.com fame.
"A comfortable victory for Liverpool at Hull City had seen the Reds climb back to the Premier League summit, but only by virtue of goal difference. Therefore, United knew a point against European-chasing team Tottenham would be enough to send them back to the top. Simples."
- Andy Gray, Sky Sports News
When a person attaches themselves to a couple, preventing them from getting it on.
"Dude, Sarah was so up for it at that Rockabilly bar last night, but her friend - Claire or Karen or something - wouldn't leave us alone for like even a second so I ended up just going home to watch HBO".
"Total pwnage a trois"