Adj. Poorly co-ordinated. Bumbling ninny.
Jack: "Pass the that plate please."
Jack: "Oh you clumsy blind twat!"
Naive female, often perceived as stupid. One who would buy Chantelle's biography and label it a "good read".
Sarah: "That iraq place must be really hot!"
Dave: "Why so?"
Sarah: "Well, look at these pictures! It is so hot there these cars just catch on fire!"
Dave: "You daft bint. Iron my shirt, wench!"
Noun. Something that weighs you down. Usually a worry or a sore point you don't share with close friends or orangutangs.
You can also be a burden on someone else when you try and talk about your problems and worries to someone else.
Physical Hang ups, girlfriends, wife (wives) or debt. all of these are burdens.
Hayley: "I'm worried!"
Steve: "Shut up you have so many burdens! Don't become a burden yourself!"
mad for it is a condition suffered exclusively in the greater manchester region. Becoming mad for it often stems from over-excitement from listening to the happy mondays or stone roses. Being mad for it means something similar to a state of excited anticipation. The after effects of being mad for it are hangovers, a sausage sellotaped to one's neck and a really ugly bird who is the cousin of John Squire. apparantly.
John: "Fuckin' MAD FOR IT!!!"
Liam: "wha' 'bout?"
John: "Don' Kno'!! but fucking TUUUUUUUUUUUNE!"
Inspector Javert is the nemesis of the criminal sissy Jean Valjean in Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. He is suave, sophisticated, handsome and aboove all ruthless. He was born inside a jail (or a Gaol) and accidentally (and unfortunately) fell off a bridge to his death. To show what a real man Javert was it is important to look at his work. He was a undercover agent, infiltrating the sweaty student rebellion in gay paris. He was an awesome police officer, never giving up the chase. Indeed, Javert was, to anyone, a role model.
Javert is also a verb, derived from the same meaning. To javert someone is to never stop chasing them up for something.
"I'm Javert, do not forget me, do not forget my name, 24601"
"Oh geezer, my german teacher is really javerting me for my homework, maybe i should Jean Valjean
A tip off is a handy
piece of information given by one to another. Tip-offs have been used in history (see the examples).
"Look out Bill, he's a Queer."
"Look, here, Hitler has said Peace in our time!"
"Nah, bollocks nev, he's a Queer."
Coming from the theory that women who live together will eventually come into a menstrual harmony and go through their cycle at the same time.
Sam: "Them two behind the bar! They've been together years now. Bloody period pals, i'm tellin' ya!"