Uxbridge English Dictionary

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  1. Busaholic

    Busaholic Established Member

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    Some of you may be aware of this dictionary, a product of the fertile minds of writers on the 'I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue' radio programme.
    I have a new entry:
    CHILCOT - a safe haven for members of the Establishment to chillax in.

    Any further entries?
     
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  3. Xenophon PCDGS

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    Is it my age or does "chillax" sound remotely like the trade name of a laxative? I hear young people saying "chill out"...is it possible therefore to "chill in"?

    CHILLAX - a laxative for uncouth youth.
     
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    Lymph - to walk with a lisp
     
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    "Wallaby" - something that aspires to be a kangaroo.
     
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    Some say "I'm just chill'in", not sure if it makes any sense. I agree with the laxative comment, especially since David Cameron uses the term, haha :)
     
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    His must get stuck in his throat though, judging by all the excrement he talks.
     
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    Oh, hooray! :D

    ELECTROSTAR - Chickens in parliament (e.g Lib Dems)
    PARTY - A bit divided
    DEPORT - Where de ferries leave
    INDEPENDENT - Inside de necklace
     
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    Hors d'oeuvres

    Ladies of the night who hang around diesel pumps.


    Corbyn.

    My goodness. A bin!
     
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  11. backontrack

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    Pig in a poke - an initiation ceremony for budding Tory Prime Ministers
     
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    Boris Johnson as the local MP probably uses language from the Uxbridge English Dictionary!
     
  16. Busaholic

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    Directly translated from the Latin, of course!:lol:
     
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    IPHONE: A term to tell people that you use the telephone.
     
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    TISSUE - What the problem is in Yorkshire
     
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    SUFFOCATE - Norfolk people's dislike of their neighbours.
     
  20. Busaholic

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    That's a genuinely funny one.:lol:
     
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    TOILET - The Process of lubricating a Leeds bus.
     
  23. Busaholic

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    I owe this one to a placard I saw discarded outside a church last week, with the word spelled incorrectly.

    Penniless - run out of pasta.
     
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    Trump - a fart
     
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    Or...

    Trump - a Yorkshireman's steak
     
  28. Busaholic

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    That may well be in the OED!
     
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    DELIVERY - That which is painted on de sides of de trains
     

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