A BIT OF A BUMBLE means: A bit of a bumble is Dorset slang for confusion.
A BIT OF CRUMPET means: A bit of crumpet is slang for a sexually desirable woman.
A BIT OF HOW'S YOUR FATHER means: A bit of how's your father is British slang for sexual mischief.
A BUGGER'S MUDDLE means: A bugger's muddle is British slang for a mess.
A BUTTON SHORT means: A button short is slang for intellectually deficient.
A CARSE means: A carse is Dorset slang for of course.
A COLD DAY IN HELL means: A cold day in hell is slang for never.
A GRAPE ON THE BUSINESS means: A grape on the business is Australian slang for a person whose presence spoils things for others.
A LA means: A la is British slang for pretentious.
A PIECE OF CRUMPET means: A piece of crumpet is slang for a sexually desirable woman.
Anisophylleaceae means: A plant
Juanoxx means: Hombre de pana
Probity-Ringer means: Person who uses or expresses moral sounding values or principles to project themselves as righteous and virtuous, but in reality the individual holds no personal belief in these values, only insofar as to use them to claim the moral high ground in order to win debate
means: Feed the pony
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