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1) A meaningless phrase written on the side of a bus
2) A phrase uttered by a robotic prime minister that is in need of a restart.
3) (Theresa May) Repeated frequently while running through a field of wheat to calm down.
4) A sentence filler in order to avoid answering a question
5) A phrase used to completely ignore the issues at stake in an election
Your choice at this election: Strong and Stable Leadership under Labour, or a coalition of chaos under Theresa May and the DUP Dinosaurs.
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by CSD123 July 19, 2017
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Jul 26 Word of the Day
Noun: a friend who is usually only called upon by a friend when a more primary/prominent friend is unavailable.

Taken from the term β€œsecond string” in an athletic competition situation. In football, if the star quarterback gets injured during a play, the second string is called off the bench to replace him/her. A β€œSecond String Friend” is essentially benched until needed, if ever.

Synonyms: Plan B, Second Choice, Secondary Friend, Benched Until Needed
I got a call from X the other night. She had an extra ticket to a concert she bought for a friend, but they couldn’t make it so she called me to ask if I wanted to go because I am her Second String Friend.
by Deus-ex-machina August 26, 2020
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A term used sarcastically to talk about somebody who thinks they are in a very strong position (e.g. in a negotiation or contest), but are actually a feckless arsehat who is overestimating their own worth.
Theresa May is looking pretty "strong and stable" today.
by xSpaceman_Spiff June 09, 2017
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