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Affectionate term for one's own younger brother or sister or a friend's younger sibling.
"Something's afoot with our kid there. She came in at 3 am last night, reeking of whiskey and without her knickers"
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Adj. Something that is expected to have a long lifespan by virtue of having existed for a long time, based on the lindy effect, named for the New York restaurant Lindy's, coined by Albert Goldman and popularized by Nassim Taleb.
cooking with fire is lindy
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Term used mostly in Manchester or Northern England for a sibling. Could also be a best friend. Noel and Liam Gallagher are notorious for using the term for each other. There’s no negative connotation to it.
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A term often used by former Oasis star Liam Gallagher to refer to his brother Noel, often in a negative way due to the mutual dislike the two have for each other (Liam's eccentric behaviour and Noel's controlling personality often being the blame for this).
Interviewer: How's your relationship with your brother Noel?

Liam: Ah, y'know, I don't speak to him. Y'know, our kid has his thing, I've got my thing, haven't spoken since Oasis.
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