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E.g."Every Friday afternoon you can guarantee he'll be skiving and getting drunk down the pub."Noun. A popular type of very strong marijuana, characterized by its pungent smell, hence its name. A person from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and more particularly a supporter of Newcastle football club. A subsequent indulgence in an activity by a second person involving an exchange of bodily fluids. E.g."She still owes me 40 smackers from last week." 3. E.g."I caught him a right smacker on his jaw." To succumb to an excessive indulgence in recreational drugs, to become stupified by drugs.
One pound sterling, although usually in the plural.
This derogatory term has been in prolific use from the early 1990s. A person, usually young, who typically wears casual, brand-name sportswear, such as Nike, Addidas and Reebok etc., baseball caps, and boots, often Rockport. * Scally was also a term for a Liverpudlian youth, used in and around Liverpool itself and was possibly the forerunner of the current expression, however the use of it in this form is now rare.
E.g."I haven't got a scooby why she went into a rage, I was only 1 hour late for dinner." 2.
E.g."It's such a shag, having to get the early train; I'm not even usually awake at that time in the morning." 3. Each name can be heard used individually to imply the same. Invariably their attire includes a dressy shirt, often without a tie.
A disparaging name for females considered to be working class, unintelligent and vulgarly dressed, generally below the social standards acceptable to the user of the phrase. A male nightclubber whose ideal night out will be to drink excessively, make sexual advances towards women and complete the night with a drunken brawl.
From the team's colours, black and white stripes, and as a derogatory term due to the fact that skunks 'smell'. This may involve the sharing of drink, or more often it applies to a sexual nature. Originally referring this state when high on heroin.
E.g."He's just had his car stolen and his wife has just run off with the milkman, the poor sod." This use is also be found with the expressions 'poor bastard' and 'poor bugger'. A thing or action that is difficult or problematic. "We had a sod of a journey, getting stuck in a traffic jam at Birmingham for over 3 hours." * Abb.
E.g."I've just been into town and got sorted for tonight's party." Noun. meaning what's happening, or what's the information? The active males taking positions at either end of the recipient, in the manner of a spit roast.
E.g."I screwed around all through my teens and only stopped when I got married." [Orig.
E.g."We've been screwing around, watching TV, drinking, playing pool."Vrb phrs. E.g."I screwed the arse off the hire care for 200 miles and got caught speeding 3 times."Verb.