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."It was a shitty little car that could only seat 4 people, and uncomfortably at that." Verb.
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.
Rhyming slang on 'scooby doo', the cartoon character.
E.g."Yeah I think they like each other, they screwed all night and kept us awake with their noise." [1800s] 2.
E.g."I can't stick that sarcastic humour of his." 1.
E.g."Then our team lost its two best defenders to injury and we ended up getting totally stonked." 3.
E.g."I've never seen her so angry, she was steaming." Adj./Adv. E.g."That steaming idiot has spent all our holiday money on a new stereo." Noun.
E.g."Keep giving him stick and he'll pack his bags and leave." 2.
The act of climbing onto the stage during a gig, to then leap off and be caught by the audience.
A act of aggressive robbery, often taking place on public transport, whereby groups of youths terrorize their victims.
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