a) Used as a day of mourning by employers and capitalists. It is slowly becoming obsolete.
b) Vacationing inside a financial institution.
c) (US) A day on which Satan is worshipped by the feckless proletariat.
Profound nausea akin to sea-sickness brought on by watching Pamela Anderson’s breasts joggle up and down
(West Indies) Bacon.
a) The merciful silence after a bout of over-activity from campanologists.
b) The tip of a clapper.
(Derog.) Person with a behind the size of Big Ben.
a) (Med.) Similar or related to a ‘ringing’ in the head. Not like tinnitus.
b) (Joc.) Of or pertaining to a bell.
Involuntary movements caused by ringing in the head. (see ‘Belly’)
A commodification of existence.
Comically oversized summer pants wherein scientific sight of one’s vitals can be lost.
a) Acting the goat.
b) A mild concussion brought on by eating too much rubbish.
A wintry warlock
BLOWING YOUR OWN TRUMPET
a) Behaving like a right King Cnut.
b) (vulg.) Pleasing oneself.
c) (socio-political) Self-promotion by someone unable to afford servants.
A now obsolete term for work avoidance. First coined when a bloke called Rob Thestate used to get out of accepting a job offer by repeated fainting and then claiming loss of memory. He was finally thwarted when they offered to give his Giro to charity because ‘no-one called Bob had turned up to sign on’.
(v. vulg.) Pathological disorder of over-ambitious Casanova.
a) A derogatory term uttered by those wishing to deflect from their own ignorance.
b) (Slang) A term of abuse in parts of the north-west of England.
a) (coll.) Term used to describe either of the two Houses of Parliament.
b) Name given to any place or building frequented by a contestant on a reality TV show.
Undue pressure put on someone to relinquish their ingots.
Baking that can induce tears.