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BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary

09 Feb 10 - 07:56 PM (#2834647)
Subject: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Can't find the other threads that do this, so here's a new one. Those in the US may recognise bits from the Washington Post. Sorry.


The idea is to take a word and give it a new meaning, like:

Coffee - the one upon whom you cough.

Or... changing one or two letters to form a new word and give it a meaning, like:

Rotivational speaker - speaker who goes round and round the houses but never actually comes to the point.

You have a go.....

LTS


09 Feb 10 - 08:01 PM (#2834652)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Amos

Morality: What you need when your ality runs out.


A


09 Feb 10 - 08:49 PM (#2834695)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: TheSnail

Testiculation - waving your arms about and talking bollocks.


09 Feb 10 - 09:07 PM (#2834710)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

LOL!

random changed to pandom = a store which sells only pans


10 Feb 10 - 07:11 AM (#2834765)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Will Fly

Hypnotherapy = failing to find any relief from an aching hip


10 Feb 10 - 07:17 AM (#2834767)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Disgruntled = teenager unable to make a comment.


10 Feb 10 - 10:27 AM (#2834960)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

cocktoil -- what lies ahead for the sheikh on his visit to the harem


10 Feb 10 - 10:29 AM (#2834964)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Stu

Spammer - a hitting tool made of reformed meat.


10 Feb 10 - 10:32 AM (#2834970)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Stu

Contempt - Persuade an ex-prisoner to do one last job . . .


10 Feb 10 - 10:41 AM (#2834986)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

As I said elsewhere

perdiction - a cross between a prediction and a perversion.


10 Feb 10 - 10:58 AM (#2835012)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Smedley

Pigotry - an unreasonable prejudice against animals that produce bacon.


Missturbation - a pleasurable activity for unmarried women.


Homersexuality - an attraction felt by certain men towards the patriarch of the Simpson family.


10 Feb 10 - 11:08 AM (#2835017)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave the Gnome

Metrosexual - Someone who really goes to town.

Uxbridge - University for computer geeks

DeG


10 Feb 10 - 11:16 AM (#2835020)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

freakdown - mechanical failure in a hippie van

freakup - romantic failure in a hippie van

O..O
=o=


10 Feb 10 - 11:56 AM (#2835050)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Amos

I thought perdiction was being sent to hell for revealing the truth...



A


10 Feb 10 - 12:08 PM (#2835070)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Gervase

Shitzu - one with no penguins.


10 Feb 10 - 01:07 PM (#2835139)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Chris Green

pea soup - an embarrassing medical condition

decrease - what you bat from in de cricket

fortitude - the answer to life, the universe and everything

wallaby - someone who aspires to be a kangaroo

rehearse - to exhume a body in a formal fashion


10 Feb 10 - 04:44 PM (#2835400)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Rowan

wallaby - someone who aspires to be a kangaroo

Nah! That's a wallaroo; the rest are waballies.


10 Feb 10 - 05:35 PM (#2835441)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

polymer - many mermen/mermaids

watergate - a slice of board used in irrigation ditches to control the flow of water (a true thing!)

techtonic - refreshing drink for techies

uslurp - a nasty slight, claiming someone sips pee

yeoman - the proper spelling of the slang, "Yo, man!"

dimpeach - an unripe peach having no colour

filitbuster - to the brim!


10 Feb 10 - 05:45 PM (#2835447)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Ah, you've brightened my day - especially Gervase, because obviously we share an interest in penguins... if only I knew this several years ago.... :D

Malodeon - someone who plays the accordian very very badly.

Melodourous - a very smelly accordian.

LTS


10 Feb 10 - 05:55 PM (#2835457)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: HuwG

Mushroom - indoor arena for training dog sled teams
Finance - splendid insects
Yankee Clipper - Brooklyn rabbi


10 Feb 10 - 06:16 PM (#2835485)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

Possibility -- tea made in a tin can by a gang of vigilantes

Indicate - Katherine, who has a recording contract with a small label

locomotive - insane reason for doing something


10 Feb 10 - 06:19 PM (#2835491)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

Kakastocracy - government by the shittiest people in the state


10 Feb 10 - 06:20 PM (#2835494)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

HuwG and mousethief, those are excellent!


10 Feb 10 - 06:42 PM (#2835517)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Wench--Something designed to turn the head of a dolt.

Distress--Garment worn by Carribean lady.

Distraction--Technique for immobilising fractures in Jamaican ER.

Condominimum--Swindle someone out of a small amount of money.

Catastrophe--Annual award for feline proctologist.

Don T.


10 Feb 10 - 07:12 PM (#2835550)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

confusing -- former prisoners, not many of whom sing.

exacerbate -- she drew her fish lure from an unspeakable place

ceremony -- she makes a lot of noise, that sarah


10 Feb 10 - 11:36 PM (#2835745)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

rugby - the opposite of a bee in one's bonnet; known esp. to inhabit "shag" type rugs

bonnet - a good net made by a company which is bilingual

escrow - one of a former band known as the Counting Crows OR a morphed bird i.e. no longer a crow

siamese - miso soup specific to Siam

trainslate - obvious, isn't it? (added to "translate")


11 Feb 10 - 02:07 AM (#2835786)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave the Gnome

The Jamaican ones reminded me of -

Pokemon = Jamaican proctologist

(Not one of my own)

DeG


11 Feb 10 - 04:12 AM (#2835826)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Sidereal= Apple wing of Campaign for Real Ale
Muslim= Diary entry of person wishing to lose weight
Flatulence= borrowed apartment
Hip-hop= queue for the toilets


11 Feb 10 - 04:49 AM (#2835840)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Textpert - one who has read a lot on the subject (usually law or medicine) but is not actually a trained practitioner.

Tocsin - something naughty done in a very dim light.

LTS


11 Feb 10 - 04:51 AM (#2835843)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Palingerer - a friend who waits around til everyone else has gone to see how you REALLY are.

LTS


11 Feb 10 - 06:40 AM (#2835920)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Catalepsy= observe, my moggy has jumped
Frisbee = a cold bumble or honey
Solid state= Homeland of Rappers?
Transistor= She used to be my brother
Furbelow= Unwaxed bikini line


11 Feb 10 - 07:18 AM (#2835943)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Unbearable - unable to have children.
Inpregnable - unable to have children.
Inconceivable - unable to have children.
Inscrutable - unable to have children.


11 Feb 10 - 07:23 AM (#2835950)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Dislocation - to voice disaproval of a particular place.


11 Feb 10 - 08:25 AM (#2836000)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Specify= Fit with glasses

Floorescent= scented cleaner

Toxic= become suddenly ill

Desdemona= thats the person who complained

Farcical=distant reaper

Focus= swear at an enemy

Enterprise= buy a raffle ticket


11 Feb 10 - 12:09 PM (#2836239)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Psychoalanist - a therapist who specialises a bit too much...

Freudian - a dick head.

Ignoranus - someone who is both stupid and an asshole.

Tourette - a short break or weekend away.

Cantelope - a large, round, yellow deer.

LTS


11 Feb 10 - 12:10 PM (#2836240)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: HuwG

Copper nitrate - overtime pay for policemen
Copper nitride - patrol vehicle
Juniper - Israeli child
Caffeinde - Nescafe addict


11 Feb 10 - 01:13 PM (#2836299)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: VirginiaTam

hyperbole = over the top tree trunk


11 Feb 10 - 03:57 PM (#2836454)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Heatwave - that fanning thing you do in front of your face to cool yourself down, but actually has no effect whatsoever.

Microwave - a very small, nervous wave to someone you think is the person you're supposed to be meeting but could just as easily be a total stranger.

LTS


11 Feb 10 - 06:05 PM (#2836604)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

Antebellum - sound of hesitation made by your mother's beautiful sister

incendiary - make the eagles go inside

destitute -- that is, in fact, the farting sound

judicious -- A bit of cooking by an Israeli, with Latin ending.


11 Feb 10 - 06:11 PM (#2836611)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

gun nut - a potent type of nut which may cause gastric explosions

gasteroids - hemorrhoids filled with air


11 Feb 10 - 06:19 PM (#2836619)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

(I think I was channelling Spaw!)


11 Feb 10 - 07:18 PM (#2836665)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

cadbury - the internment of a ill-bred man

screep - the scream a little mouse makes as it is trying to get away from the cat and doesn't

program - what a happy child is about their grandmother

diction - what a woman might do to a man and his "privates"


11 Feb 10 - 10:01 PM (#2836750)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

commotion - effective sexual movement

peristalsis - Paris Hilton's towering sibling


12 Feb 10 - 03:33 AM (#2836843)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Peanut - someone with some very dubious preferences....

Peaknuckle - the one that always gets splashed, no matter how careful a chap is.

Catatonic - the recommendation from health practitioners that certain housepets are good for you.

LTS


12 Feb 10 - 04:01 AM (#2836858)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Eliminate - the act of turning on a light which instantly makes the room seem darker.

LTS


12 Feb 10 - 07:16 AM (#2836958)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Synclastic = rubber basin


12 Feb 10 - 11:08 AM (#2837147)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

This one is just for you, LtS:

titmice - a specially bred mouse, docile and short-legged, worn on the breast with low cut gowns - the latest fashion accessory in Hollywood


12 Feb 10 - 05:55 PM (#2837581)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Scintillate- Conduct extra marital affairs in the early evening, or alternatively, rise from the paramour's bed in time for work.

Copulate- The wife catches you sneaking in at 2am.

Proportional- Albert's "paid for" sex ration.

Altruistic- Albert excercised his dog.

Don T.


12 Feb 10 - 06:31 PM (#2837619)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

paramour - an extra "set" of two (with a nod to Don T.:-)

scaterpillar - what one finds at ancient Roman sites

transfer - what cats do when they want a new coat

bloating - the sounds of a didgeridoo and triangle when played together


12 Feb 10 - 07:02 PM (#2837646)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Bert

scaterpillar LOL


12 Feb 10 - 07:12 PM (#2837657)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

LOL...tks! ya have to imagine the other "t"


12 Feb 10 - 09:16 PM (#2837768)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

forum - one's enemy's drink of choice

duxbridge - quack, quack, waddle, waddle

zenglish - the silent art of contemplative English


13 Feb 10 - 06:11 AM (#2837954)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Mr Red

traditional - written before I knew who wrote it.

ooooer thread drift.


13 Feb 10 - 08:48 AM (#2838035)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

traditional - well, we did it last year


13 Feb 10 - 10:29 AM (#2838095)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Titty bar= Nipple piercing
Catalogues = lumpy Residues in the cat litter
hundred = fear of barbarians
pillock = medicine security
ballocks = BDSM devices


13 Feb 10 - 12:27 PM (#2838216)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

Naughty, but good ones, Micca!:-)


13 Feb 10 - 01:58 PM (#2838317)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

copperplate - ratio of police officers to seats at the banquet
Carolina - eye makeup made from corn syrup


14 Feb 10 - 10:08 PM (#2839452)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

acidophilust - a horrible, extreme longing for sex while on a bad "trip"


14 Feb 10 - 11:47 PM (#2839491)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

overbite - gator on a bridge
cupola - 8 fl. oz. of the 4th note of the scale
implode - amount that can be carried by an imp


15 Feb 10 - 03:34 AM (#2839555)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: fat B****rd

Tissue - an important matter in Yorkshire.


15 Feb 10 - 07:50 AM (#2839732)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

I cribbed this one from a comment made by Valmai

Extractor fan - someone who used to like tractors.


15 Feb 10 - 09:26 AM (#2839823)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Howard Jones

e-commerce - doing business with a Yorkshireman


15 Feb 10 - 09:43 AM (#2839844)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: HuwG

Palindrome - the airstrip at Wasilla, Alaska


15 Feb 10 - 11:09 AM (#2839935)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

HuwG, that's brill!!


15 Feb 10 - 11:41 AM (#2839968)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Royston

Countryside (alternative spellings may be available!) - the act of killing Piers Morgan / Gordon Brown / Tony Blair / Alistair Campbell...


15 Feb 10 - 04:39 PM (#2840272)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: VirginiaTam

patriots = several unruly mobs of Patricks

cursorily = swearing at any member of the O' R.... Oh feck this list is becoming too Irish

orchestrate = what orcs do in the privacy of their own homes is nobody's business but their own.

contemporary = only in prison for a short term

forebears = supports ursine animals

dogmatic = robopup

banjo = Jo must've done something really bad to have been both banned and had that insturment named for him.

definitely = lose capacity to hear only at dusk

folkidiom = unfathomable element much discussed by folkidiots (myself included)

Sesquipedalophobia = fear of Suibhne O'Piobaireachd posts (Just kidding mate. I couldn't resist. Some other catters apply but your name fits so well with the word.)


15 Feb 10 - 04:49 PM (#2840294)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Murray MacLeod

I am overawed by the wit and ingenuity manifested by all the contributors to this thread, but would somebody please be so good as to explain the "Uxbridge" connection ???

I know it's an in-joke to which I am not privy, so please be kind to an outsider ...


15 Feb 10 - 04:54 PM (#2840304)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: VirginiaTam

On BBC Radio 4 there is a comedy game show called I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. One of the games they play is Uxbridge English Dictionary where the contestants come up with alternate and very funny definitions for real words.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_games_on_I'm_Sorry_I_Haven't_a_Clue


15 Feb 10 - 05:01 PM (#2840312)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Murray MacLeod

Thank you VT, I geddit now (although I still don't understand why "Uxbridge" , but no matter.)

From your link : "Stephen Fry suggested that 'countryside' should mean 'to kill Piers Morgan".

ROFLMAO ( almost literally )


15 Feb 10 - 05:37 PM (#2840357)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Gurney

Important: Insect of consequence. (Insect found in container on wharf.)
Indicant:   Insect, pointing. (Insect, selling.)
Decant:    Insect working on a ship.

There were a lot of small drawings about, once, on this ...ant theme.


15 Feb 10 - 05:58 PM (#2840377)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Murray MacLeod

Ah, I think I almost do get the Uxbridge thing ...

Oxford English Dictionary ...

Oxbridge = (accepted amalgam of Oxford-Cambridge)

Uxbridge = slightly left of centre allusion to "Oxbridge", with the added bonus of Uxbridge being an actual place which in reality has no relevance to either Oxford or Cambridge

Uxbridge English Dictionary ...

Nobody could accuse me of being slow on the uptake, could they ...


16 Feb 10 - 02:43 AM (#2840631)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

Canoodle - a tin of spaghetti

Pontificate - what the pope does in his bathroom.

Solidarity - an arity that is no longer runny.

Preside - choosing beforehand which team you are going to support.

LTS


16 Feb 10 - 07:11 AM (#2840743)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Mr Red

Scratch Band - flea collar.

Murray MacLeod : if you had been to Uxbridge, the process would have been a lot quicker. It doesn't even have a Folk Club any more. see message


16 Feb 10 - 07:34 AM (#2840759)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Aardvark - that which never hurt anybody.

Alphabet - the very first wager.

Assertive - suffering with heamorrhoids.

Polygon - missing parrot


16 Feb 10 - 02:31 PM (#2841122)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Peter the Squeezer

From I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (Willy Rushton - I think)

Bidet - Two days before D-day


16 Feb 10 - 02:38 PM (#2841132)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Amos

Doxology--the longshoreman's knowledge base.


16 Feb 10 - 03:50 PM (#2841206)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

cadre - chaplain who's a real jerk
strident - love child of Aragorn and Treebeard
colorectal - spoiled soda
flatulence - somebody sat on your contacts

O..O
=o=


16 Feb 10 - 05:54 PM (#2841338)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Succinct - last resort for a plumber working on a blocked outlet pipe.


16 Feb 10 - 07:41 PM (#2841492)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

Blehhhh.

O..O
=o=


16 Feb 10 - 07:52 PM (#2841504)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

Polymorph - someone who turns into a parrot every full moon


17 Feb 10 - 04:08 AM (#2841665)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

I declare Dave the winner!!! *clap clap*

Round 2 anyone?

Limpet - a floppy cat or dog.


LTS


17 Feb 10 - 06:27 AM (#2841735)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Trampoline= Telephone help for ladies of easy vertue
Twiglight = low fat Horror film with a touch of Marmite
Feckless = uncaring Irish person


17 Feb 10 - 07:26 AM (#2841784)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Overturn – Gaudy funerary vase
Debauched – all bauch removed
Palisade – royal official
Vanish – rather like a van
Matrix – gymnastic floor display
Aspic – choose a snake
Conscript – document produced by a spin doctor
Vertigo – a long distance in Somerset
Regale – about that wind last night
Tenerife – a predicted ratio of shipwrecks
Bucket – a small buck
Baguette – a small bag
Ballet – a small ball
Bullet – bullock
Bullock – to secure a bull
Secure – discover a remedy
Fertile – Fibrous failure of asbestos roofing
Tissue – Greeting of recognition
Brandish- rather like a brand
Celebrant – Outburst by a famous person
Contribute – False acclaim

I must have too much time on my hands!


17 Feb 10 - 07:31 AM (#2841786)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Mr Red

tempers - too much time on your hands


17 Feb 10 - 08:01 AM (#2841802)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Ivory Manual = Book of Welsh songs of the Zulu Wars


17 Feb 10 - 08:21 AM (#2841824)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Leadfingers

Indecent - In far enough

Polutocrat - Some one who is filthy rich

Insufficient - In far enough


17 Feb 10 - 01:04 PM (#2842086)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: VirginiaTam

can't believe the wereparrot beat out my folkidiom

there is no justice.


17 Feb 10 - 05:16 PM (#2842336)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

justice - nobody but me and thee
Obama - Irish demolitions expert


17 Feb 10 - 05:43 PM (#2842365)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Armadildo - Heavy duty marital aid.
Disestablishmentarian - This building is reserved for blond, blue eyed, supermen.
Justiciary - I'll have an aperitif (with a nod to Mousethief).
Israelite - Is a sunbeam.
Fundamental - Crazy electrical storm.


Don T.


17 Feb 10 - 05:49 PM (#2842372)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

Aperitif - minimalist dentures


17 Feb 10 - 06:09 PM (#2842391)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Amos

conswervativism: the art of jumping loudly from one issue to any other issue which you think will gain you political points, regardless of truth or usefulness.

A


17 Feb 10 - 07:21 PM (#2842457)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Amos, I didn't know you knew British politics so well!!

Syncdouche= trying to clear the kitchen drain with a high pressure hose!
dinette= nouvelle cuisine
Distillgesic= state of painless achieved by drinking spirits


18 Feb 10 - 07:05 AM (#2842873)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Central 'eating - one front tooth.

Don T


18 Feb 10 - 08:55 AM (#2842985)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Liz the Squeak

VT - the Folkidiom was funny, but the wereparrot made I squirt tea out my nose.....

LTS


18 Feb 10 - 11:56 AM (#2843205)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: VirginiaTam

LOL --

That makes it worth it then... I just peed may pants laughing at you squirting tea through your nose.


18 Feb 10 - 01:11 PM (#2843273)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Bill D

swiped, but good...

Bozone (n.): The substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating.

Giraffiti (n): Vandalism spray-painted very, very high.

Inoculatte (v): To take coffee intravenously when you are running late.

Karmageddon (n): its like, when everybody is sending off all these really bad vibes, right? And then, like, the Earth explodes and it's like, a serious bummer.

Dopeler effect (n): The tendency of stupid ideas to seem smarter when they come at you rapidly.

Beelzebug (n.): Satan in the form of a mosquito that gets into your bedroom at three in the morning and cannot be cast out.


18 Feb 10 - 01:18 PM (#2843281)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Bill D

Foreploy (v): Any misrepresentation about yourself for the purpose of getting laid.


19 Feb 10 - 07:29 AM (#2844034)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Mysteries – fog in the forest
Nomadic – Richard is sane
Dramatics – rural version of a flea circus
Asphalt – lesser sexual assault
Assert – a sure thing ( I bet most of you thought of another meaning)
Ebullient – posh ant who picks on smaller ants
Sex – what posh people have their coal delivered in
Priority – afternoon refreshment with the abbot
Paramour – a sadly not fully thought through invention for protecting skydivers
Sturgeon – fish doctor
Buttress – female goat
Succeed – feeding action of a beakless budgie
Nothing – faster acting than Anadin (old advert joke)
Barbary ape – to imitate the action of a hairdresser
Metacarpal – saw a friend who has an automobile
Portrait – an undesirable tendency or habit
Andover – deliver


19 Feb 10 - 05:35 PM (#2844525)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Parenthesis - DNA test report


19 Feb 10 - 05:36 PM (#2844528)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

Hundred - fear of Germans

O..O
=o=


20 Feb 10 - 03:54 PM (#2845310)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Gurney

Nice one, mousy!


22 Feb 10 - 07:39 AM (#2846513)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Portent - inadequate camping equipment


22 Feb 10 - 04:27 PM (#2846994)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

impotent - inside an inadequate piece of camping equipment from the deep (U.S.) South


22 Feb 10 - 04:31 PM (#2846999)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: John MacKenzie

Massachusetts. Plantation owner's false teeth.


22 Feb 10 - 04:52 PM (#2847019)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Wolfhound person

Gloucester - to mix shiny paint
Coventry - matters pertaining to a meeting of witches


22 Feb 10 - 08:28 PM (#2847205)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

Pennsylvania - barn-topper shaped like a writing utensil
Mississippi - Married lady counterculturalist


23 Feb 10 - 07:20 AM (#2847478)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Terpsichore - became ill after drinking from a dubious unmarked bottle


24 Feb 10 - 07:21 AM (#2848569)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Zephyr - it's a female calf

Solidarity - powdered tea substitute


25 Feb 10 - 05:53 AM (#2849619)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

Provocative - in favour of having a distinct form of names for when you address their owners.


25 Feb 10 - 08:20 AM (#2849721)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Tortuous - were you our teacher?


25 Feb 10 - 06:16 PM (#2850283)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Flageolation - Beating tunes with a whistle.
Melondrama - Histrionic complaint about starter course.
Proliffyrate - In favour of Irish river toll.
Armature - Mediaeval rust.
Anatomy - My headgear.

Don T.


25 Feb 10 - 07:39 PM (#2850339)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

ameliorize -- peepers like Ms. Earhart's
accentuate -- thou hast ingested diacritical marks
Afghanistan - that's another fine quilt you've gotten us into, Ollie


26 Feb 10 - 07:36 AM (#2850667)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Vagrant – The media concept of Arts Council funding


01 Mar 10 - 07:25 AM (#2852873)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Particle – half melted icicle
Cryptic – dead critic
Radiology – the science of being a heating engineer


01 Mar 10 - 08:30 AM (#2852932)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

hey Caterpillar, I thought Vagrant was the outpourings of an agressive feminist!!


01 Mar 10 - 11:13 AM (#2853099)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Canticle - I am able to stimulate laughter.
Cuticle - Small and endearing.
Testicle - Method for determining if someone is ticklish.
Romantic - Italian facial twitch.
Farcical - Distant agricultural implement.
Expectorant - Upset Akenaton and await response.

Don T.


02 Mar 10 - 07:24 AM (#2853977)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Parasite – inhabitant of a famous French city
Romantic – inhabitant of a famous Italian city


02 Mar 10 - 08:22 AM (#2854020)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Keith A of Hertford

Expectorant!
Good one Don.


04 Mar 10 - 10:24 AM (#2855869)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Stratosphere - electric guitar phobia


05 Mar 10 - 08:53 AM (#2856703)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Guest mandotim astray

Wholesale; commercial transaction with a lady of the night.


05 Mar 10 - 08:02 PM (#2857201)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

cartoon: automobilic melody

Category: Moggie on the interstate.

O..O
=o=


08 Mar 10 - 11:09 AM (#2859198)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Catatonic = us

or feline elixir?


08 Mar 10 - 01:16 PM (#2859311)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Ad glib - A vacuous off-the-cuff response. Anything Peter Mandelson says.


08 Mar 10 - 02:21 PM (#2859362)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: The Barden of England

Tantermount = A hill with tanters on it


08 Mar 10 - 02:21 PM (#2859365)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: The Barden of England

Jibberish = Almost like a sail


08 Mar 10 - 02:24 PM (#2859368)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: The Barden of England

Altered = Omni motion


08 Mar 10 - 04:38 PM (#2859488)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Alphabet: I wager that it is 50%.
Alfa-Romeo: a shared boyfriend.
Swarm: the opposite of scold.
Enterprise: a chicken worth looking after.
Dildo: herbally flavoured bread mixture.
Semibreve: take half a breath.
Moorage: bovine anger.
Mendicant: lack of DIY skills.
Creator: one who abhors certain Native Americans.
Antipasti: a Cornish delicacy - a female relative baked in pastry.


08 Mar 10 - 05:49 PM (#2859569)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Dave MacKenzie

Dermotitis - a plague of Irishmen


08 Mar 10 - 08:35 PM (#2859680)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Multifarious - Large number of promissary notes to cover journey costs
Multitudinous - Many masticated midday meals
Infra dig - Taking part in archaeological excavation
Extracurricular - Surplus Indian food chiller
Entering- Prepare for boxing match
Bison - Bowl for hand washing
Hippopotomus - Tom's joint replacement
Helicopter - By Jove, he has apprehended the lady!
Castration - food for actors

Don T.


09 Mar 10 - 11:21 AM (#2860143)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Onamatopia: On the carpet, about to be for the high jump!

Semicolon: Bowel operation

Full stop: constipation

Alitteration: untidy oriental

Anticlimax: Frustration


09 Mar 10 - 01:28 PM (#2860237)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Circonference: a meeting that never gets to the point.


09 Mar 10 - 01:31 PM (#2860239)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Congenital: a banana down the front of your trousers.


10 Mar 10 - 06:13 AM (#2860851)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Spectator: Mottled spud

Revisionist: Frenzied panic the night before the exam

Scalpel: Alopecia

Definity: Long winded explanation


10 Mar 10 - 07:17 AM (#2860883)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Avatar: Conjugal relations with a mariner

Contemporary: Transient scam

Philistine: Refill German beer mug

Mandolin: Unemployed male present

Guitar: Chronic nasal condition

Infra red: Sunburned communist

Speculator: Farewell threat

Porpoise: Defective deportment


10 Mar 10 - 07:23 AM (#2860886)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Sweater – not as dry
Waistcoat – non recyclable outer clothing


10 Mar 10 - 08:10 AM (#2860915)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Meditation: Think about taking the tablets

Accentuate: Tongue swallowed

Scintillate: Late night revelry or until 08.00 or 20.00

Melancholy: Hybrid of fruit and vegetable

Strawberry: Cover dead grass with soil

Spinnaker: Twirl todger

Mastiff: Argument in crowd

Charismatic: Automated housemaid

Multitude: Thorough mastication

Ventricle: Oozing orifice


10 Mar 10 - 11:34 AM (#2861078)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Permafrost: Icicles in one's hair

Scurrilous: Not rushing about

Exemplar: Retired emplar

Superstructure: Phwaaaaaahh!

Semantics: Jumping about

Admission: Went on crusade

Undergo: Use subway


10 Mar 10 - 03:40 PM (#2861288)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: paula t

Oh, this thread has really cheered me up after a very busy day at school. Keep 'em coming folks! Unfortunately, I've tried to join in the game, but I'm a bit brain dead at the moment.Sorry!


11 Mar 10 - 07:49 AM (#2861746)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Rambler – did you see how fast that sheep went past?
Speedometer – device for counting swimwear
Political – stimulate a parrot
Economics – repeat words said by small humanoids


11 Mar 10 - 11:00 AM (#2861856)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Comatose: Foot gone to sleep

Palindrome: Friend at airport

Forensics: Ten

Maritime: Wedding

Irate: Anger ratio

Aspirate: Furious snake


11 Mar 10 - 01:38 PM (#2861955)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Red

Anteclimax - foreplay


11 Mar 10 - 03:52 PM (#2862067)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Meths - South African mathematics


11 Mar 10 - 06:16 PM (#2862169)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

T Chest- impressive bust
Zebra= largest cup size in USA
Parsnip =clerical vasectomy
television= Yorkshireman describes a dream
Beef heart+ a very small smelly noise


11 Mar 10 - 08:58 PM (#2862264)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: HuwG

Zulu - The, er, facilities at a wildlife park


12 Mar 10 - 07:20 AM (#2862493)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Cantilever – Why does he stay?
Zoological – alphabetically arranged animals
Belongings – Attraction to honey producing insects
Seldom – bankrupt monarchist country
Cornucopia – Is it too busy for you here?
Silicon – who'd fall for that?
Vernier – very precisely controlled thin layer


13 Mar 10 - 06:28 AM (#2863264)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Tangent - a heavily sunburnt chappie.
Diameter - Greek goddess with the fuller figure.
Radius - ancient Roman broadcasting system.
Gladiator - a satisfied cannibal.
Cordial - blimey, what a face.
Semiconductor - one who only charges half fare.


15 Mar 10 - 08:29 AM (#2864407)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Context – deceiving MSM message


16 Mar 10 - 08:23 AM (#2865166)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Kindred – fear of relatives


16 Mar 10 - 08:54 AM (#2865192)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Brittle – A composite form of patriotism that is apt to shatter when subjected to internal or external pressure


16 Mar 10 - 05:34 PM (#2865566)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Medic: a small thing, but mine own.
Pustule: a cat's ditto.
Homeosexual: One who has a vanishingly small amount of sex.
Asymptote: a harmless- seeming bookmaker.
Cascade: Handpumped soft drink.
Scallion: a male onion.


17 Mar 10 - 03:46 AM (#2865800)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Gurney

Fluctuation. "Certainly not, oriental person!"
Confrontation. Oriental woman wearing falsies.


17 Mar 10 - 10:47 AM (#2866032)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Unduelation: Spontaneous sniggering

Relationship: Family cruise

Didgeridoo: Oops, did you do it again?

Pedantic: Foot tapping/ clog dancing

Mangetout: Gluttony

Understand: Loiter in subway

Phallusy: Penis exhibition


18 Mar 10 - 08:38 AM (#2866767)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Dubbing – adding a musical shoe treatment?
Bi-stable – Advert for a barn conversion.


18 Mar 10 - 10:52 AM (#2866851)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Urban: Her driving disqualification

Truncate: Starving elephant

Liposuction: Sipping cider through a straw

Particle: Stimulate pater

Toupee: Balance

Imply: Mendacious sprite

Deflowered: Dead headed

Preserved: Deja vue meal

Underpinned: Sat on tack - Ouch!!

Vagrant: Unfocussed tirade


18 Mar 10 - 12:34 PM (#2866917)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Ingrate: Coal

Coalesce: Put another shovelful on fire

Understate: Deep south

Pharmacist: Agricultural worker

Mistral: Musical wind

Temperate: Vexation measure


19 Mar 10 - 08:20 AM (#2867572)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Ineffable – too extreme to be expressed by swearing
Snow – it's not affirmative.
Starbucks – astronomically priced coffee


19 Mar 10 - 02:47 PM (#2867787)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Largesse: Capital S

Lampoon: Harpoon to kill lambs

Panache: Pain from using heavy cook pots

Concensus: Number of scams

Gnomon: On a sundial, a gnome's shadow

Urine: Your turn to bat


20 Mar 10 - 10:30 AM (#2868104)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Quantity: The bosom of a fashion designer.
Sanctity: Ditto, gone south.
Matador: Welcome to a Spanish home.
Picador: what a burglar might do.
Acme: the finest sort of spots.


20 Mar 10 - 12:40 PM (#2868152)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Swords: Words beginning with S

Cutlass: Slice girl

Rapier: Deflower yer

Epee: Payment method

Sabre: Remark on cold temperature

Windlass: Flatulent female


21 Mar 10 - 07:49 AM (#2868521)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Disconcert: Show cancelled

Mascot: the bed slept in by the ten who rolled over

Ascent: Highbrow speech

Father: Obese woman

Manequin: Male thief or mad sibling

Pannikin: Coporal Jones

Porcupine: Ham craving

Ululate: Tardy ones


21 Mar 10 - 10:18 AM (#2868572)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Paralytic= Unqualified but practising low-fat tick
pastiche= a humourous copy of a Cornish dish
appetite= an amused drunk
pandemonium= the cacophonous instrument played with a wooden spoon by your child in the kitchen


23 Mar 10 - 09:48 AM (#2869963)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Mendicant: Unable to repair

Plentitude: Thoroughly masticated

Bobbin: Action of red, red robin

Engrave: Bury

Oakum: All ye faithful

Stamen: Refuse sex change

Circumspect: Look round

Elude: He's rude

Symbolic: Percussion error


24 Mar 10 - 11:41 AM (#2870811)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Finale: Beer made from fish

Lathe: Bilingual definite article

Watershed: Hot tub in garden

Imperfect: Superman


25 Mar 10 - 11:21 AM (#2871557)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Nomad: Sane

Torque: Speak

Focus: Enemy's oath

Supercilious: An extreme dafty!


25 Mar 10 - 12:38 PM (#2871610)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

Hatred - Scarlet headgear.
Hatred - Loathe communism
Hatred - Produce crop circles

Don T.


25 Mar 10 - 01:13 PM (#2871646)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Trifle = Multi-barreled weapon
Flatulent= borrowed apartment
endevour = a wedgie


01 May 10 - 07:05 PM (#2898272)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Volumptuous: Curvaceous. All the curves go outwards.

Curvacuous: Miss World material. See Numbile, Pneubile etc.

Nubiddable: if you don't know by now...

Paedophool: one who thinks online means anonymous.

Homeosexual: a person who has a vanishingly small amount of sex.

Letsbian: a very tolerant woman.

Oreal sex: Just making it up.


02 May 10 - 01:10 AM (#2898406)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Ebbie

lol Some of these are just really clever.


02 May 10 - 01:52 AM (#2898417)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Ebbie

Flatulent= sublet


02 May 10 - 12:15 PM (#2898600)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Ampersand: the grit inevitably found in picnic sandwiches.
Macrame: String often served with cheese sauce
Harmburger: junk food
Beliefburger: junk religion. See Jeezburger
Baguette: a member of West Bromwich Albion Ladies' Team
Futurami: Pickled beef of the 30th century
Laphroaig: the noise a Scotsman makes when clearing his throat.
Peppercorn: to shoot oneself in the foot with a machine gun
Choirizo: a singing group of sausages
Gruel: ungind


02 May 10 - 10:18 PM (#2898908)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: mousethief

maturation: when you are forced to eat your throw rug
vocabulary: the voice of Larry, the Cable Guy
intertestimental: bury the guy whose brain is the size of his balls


03 May 10 - 06:11 AM (#2899031)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: SPB-Cooperator

diversion - information officer for Welsh Performing Rights Society


03 May 10 - 06:13 AM (#2899033)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: SPB-Cooperator

diversity - Welsh place of study


03 May 10 - 06:15 AM (#2899035)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: SPB-Cooperator

diarama - Welsh current affairs programme.


04 Jun 10 - 09:48 AM (#2920481)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Wonderful: Just can't think about it any more

Perfection: Foolproof ignoring

Speciality: Darjeeling, Earl Grey?

Intemperance: Insufficiently annealed sword

Overwrought: Elaborately scrolled ironwork on garden gate

Crotchet: a small crotch?

Ungulate: Defer execution


04 Jun 10 - 10:17 AM (#2920496)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Ferrule: democracy?

Vermicular: Mountain train for worms!

Interpolate: World police tardiness

Bastion: A big spoon for moistening Sunday roast

Panoply: Wooden cooking vessel

Doubly incompetant: Can't play a shaky egg or spoons!


05 Jun 10 - 01:00 PM (#2921290)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: RAT-W

Hemisphere - fear of doing things by halves

DVD - what Jamaicans risk getting after sex

telephone - tell them he called

Dunno - finished being negative

Book - the noise Derbyshire chickens make

RAT-W


05 Jun 10 - 04:12 PM (#2921395)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: RAT-W

Ok, having now been away and thought about it:

Latex - what the chickens die yesterday

Ditto - No, you didn't

Anihilate - A tardy Egyptian river

Chronos - like Windows or linux for elderly witches

Ejaculate - A tardy Yorkshireman called Johnathan

Monkey - Used to unlock the monastery door

Carpet - A nodding dog

RAT-W


05 Jun 10 - 04:29 PM (#2921402)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Tarvin: past Hungary (that's for Gospodin Schastlivym)
Subcutaneous: a less than pretty botteom
Antimatter: Father's sister's business
Demonstrate: No gay devil.
Nosegay: a rhinosexual
Facsimile: An intensive simile, e.g. "like a F***ing diamond in the sky".
Snuff: That is sufficient.


09 Jul 10 - 03:26 PM (#2942530)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Dipthong: swimwear

Ingrate: ashes

Consumate: deceive friend


09 Jul 10 - 04:48 PM (#2942578)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

"I 'ad your ring" he said, admiringly...


10 Jul 10 - 09:19 AM (#2942914)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Conciliation: trick gullible oriental

Sequestration: Provisions for voyage

Vigilante: Uncle's wife has insomnia

Reclusive: Vandalise lavatory filter


10 Jul 10 - 12:57 PM (#2943011)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: The Sandman

Mudcat:


10 Jul 10 - 02:29 PM (#2943068)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Richard Bridge

We happened upon a good on at the Good Intent today:

"Soubriquet" - what Mrs Tuckey calls you!


10 Jul 10 - 03:35 PM (#2943090)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Mudcat: a drink like Advocaat but a sort of milk chocolate colour


11 Jul 10 - 10:41 AM (#2943421)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Carage: Holding pen for vehicles owned by aggressive drivers

Kosher: Bailey

Catatonic: Feline medication

Pentangle: Biro stuck in cardy

Meniscus: Threaten, swear

Bandicoot: animal with rickets


14 Jul 10 - 05:33 AM (#2944753)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Sublet: Unsubtle


14 Jul 10 - 07:34 AM (#2944789)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Disconsolate - unhappy with an official foreign representative.


16 Jul 10 - 10:15 AM (#2946166)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Succumb: Taste?

Paraphenalia: Heating fuel accessories

Fissure: Angler


22 Jul 10 - 08:26 AM (#2949707)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Some phrases:

Cutting edge: Topiary

Hands free: Leprosy

Quick release:Incontinence

Labour saving: Favourable election outcome

High spec: Flying goggles

Buffer zone: Old folks home




************

& more words:

Paraphrase:Miltary language

Innovation: Pub applause


22 Jul 10 - 12:19 PM (#2949884)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Counter productive: Manufacture of tiddleywinks

High fibre: Stringy, ropy

Jocular: Scottish

Melancholy: Fruit/vegetable hybrid

Curtail: Dog's bottom

Madrigal: Orgasm


22 Jul 10 - 05:13 PM (#2950101)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Pharmacist: an agricultural labourer
Restitution: A home for the terminally lazy
Proboscis: anti union
Console: A false bottom for a shoe
Cherub: embrocation for revolutionaries.


23 Jul 10 - 07:58 AM (#2950540)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

Articulate : consequence of narrow lanes and a large lorry.


23 Jul 10 - 08:44 AM (#2950580)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Cockade: Viagra

Alimentary: My dear Watson!

Creeping bent: Chronic arthritis

Amplitude: Thoroughly masticated


Parenthesis: Mum's or Dad's dissertation


Follicle: Bijou folly

Hollyhock: Pawn Xmas wreath


23 Jul 10 - 10:28 AM (#2950652)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Ambergris: Lubricant for traffic lights

Anchorite: Moor competently

Motivation: Obsessive compulsive gardening

Missal: American missile

Peregrine: Pear cider of distinctive hue

Quantum: Area of midriff above miniskirt

Contour: Dishonest Holiday Company

Campaign: Lumbago caused by sleeping on deflated airbed

Tentacle: Camping equipment

Curlew: Hairstylist

Laminate: Why a young sheep knows to eat grass

Specialise: Coloured contact lenses


28 Jul 10 - 10:00 AM (#2953807)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Singlet: Ugly duckling

Doublet: Two singlets

Triplet: Three singlets


04 Aug 10 - 10:43 AM (#2957978)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Plinth: King'th thon


17 Aug 10 - 11:48 AM (#2967161)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Revolt: Concerning unit of EMF

Platitude: Flossing teeth with hair

Fandango: Cool down, and then leave

Interdenominational: Mixed currency

Fulcrum: Crumbly bread

Pedantic: Foot movement

Atrophy: World Cup


17 Aug 10 - 02:57 PM (#2967302)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Songbob

I saw this above and thought it had a different meaning --

Distress: a haircut


Bob


17 Aug 10 - 08:03 PM (#2967523)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Leadfingers

200


17 Aug 10 - 08:58 PM (#2967551)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Bill D

Abundance: Big party held in a bakery

cannibal — Someone who is fed up with people.

Absentee: A missing golfing peg.

Semite — Big-truck driver.

Abdicate: To give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach


17 Aug 10 - 09:06 PM (#2967559)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Bill D

Adverse: A poem that gets longer the more you read it.

Negligent: When you absentmindedly answer the door in your nightgown

Neurosis: Fresh flowers.


20 Aug 10 - 06:32 AM (#2969243)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Bill D,


Abundance: Big party held in a bakery

LOL!!

************

Pomander: Bruce & Sheila

Ambidextrous: Do everything right-handed

Defer: Shave hair off animal

Anteroom: Space for parentfs sister

Understudy: Cause of exam failure

Spectator: Mottled tuber


21 Aug 10 - 05:33 AM (#2969916)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: KHNic

Jocular - A Scottish vampire


21 Aug 10 - 04:58 PM (#2970212)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Marion

Horology - scientific study of commercial sex


21 Aug 10 - 05:06 PM (#2970216)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Bainbo

Teatowels - nocturnal birds that suckle their young


21 Aug 10 - 11:30 PM (#2970319)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Agrophobia= a fear of farming
pustule=a device for lancing boils
flageolation = to beat with beans
Pasta= Italian nostalgia
Trumpet= a very loud French Fart
Marxism= snobbery associated with good academic grades


22 Aug 10 - 09:48 AM (#2970445)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

Obsenility: becoming a dirty old man.
Obsolessons: teaching people to be useless.
Narcitecture: The way designer drugs are invented
Squallow: a very dirty bird
Triffic lights: a really exciting road junction
Marxschism: yet another split in the Trotskyist movement


22 Aug 10 - 10:38 AM (#2970466)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Shellfish: Miserly crustacean

Skinflick: Dandruff

Mountebank: Savings scheme for Canadian Police

Phallusy: Penis shaped

Paradame: Female parachutist

Fondue: Enarmoured

Morsel: Advertising campaign

Herpes: Wig


22 Aug 10 - 11:31 AM (#2970486)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Winsome: Lose some!

Assuage: Hay?

Custardy: Egg nog

Noggin: The Nog

Manatee: Chap drinking hot beverage

Nubile: Fresh vomit

Chinchilla: Forgotten scarf

Chihuahua: Speaking in tongues!

Penetrate: Numismatist

Evanescent: Welsh climber

Pentacle: Writing set

Incumbent: Dubious salary


22 Aug 10 - 01:55 PM (#2970534)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Paul Burke

You got that one wrong, mon ami si heureux. Phallusy? bollocks.

Young men who frequent picture palaces
Know nothing of psychonanlysis,
And although Dr. Freud
Would be very annoyed,
They cling to their long- standing fallacies.


23 Aug 10 - 11:40 AM (#2971166)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Orphan: Cooling device for metals

Bulletin: Metal ammunition container

Screwdriver: Insurance fraud

Molasses: Animal posteriors

Brandy: Superior to Brand X

Forestall: Compel everyone

Melange: Hybrid fruit

Photosensitive: Dislike having picture taken

Curriculum: Asian influenced school dinners

Confluence: Hypnotise with evil intent

Impervious: Demonproof

Custodian: Person in charge of swearbox

Meddle: Award

Lampoon: Spear for hunting young sheep


24 Aug 10 - 08:25 AM (#2971692)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Coptic: Policemanfs watch

Acquire: Singing group

Mollycoddle: Indulge Morris side

Stucco: Keyboard malfunction

Sequestrate: Fee for marine adventure

Instil: Not out

Scarify: Frighten

Expound: Devaluation

Fabricate: Textile consumption

Cortisone: Lovers lane

Pungent: Male comic

Fertile: Russian hat

Farcical: Distant hand scythe

Supercilious: extraordinarily asinine

In testate: Marks out of ten


24 Aug 10 - 08:45 AM (#2971707)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Micca

Excrement = stepped pay reduction
Tautology = the art of tension
Ventricle = leaky heart valve


25 Aug 10 - 08:53 AM (#2972484)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: GUEST,Patsy

Tantric = Magic sunbed

Content = Prisoner on camping holiday

Quirky   = Crap

Buttery = Butt fattening

Macaroni = Another continental holiday dance craze

Popsicle = A bike for dad

Unicycle = A bike for grad


25 Aug 10 - 11:09 AM (#2972564)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Catacomb: Implement for feline flea removal

Heirless: Bald

Ultrasound: Sturdy

Caveat: Guinea pig headgear

Specious: Poshspeak for roomy

Endomorph: Axed TV character

Elderberry: Old personfs funeral

Menopause: I donft hesitate

Double breasted: Normal

Portent: Leaky camping shelter

Mundane: Dull Scandinavian

Impale: The Devilfs Brew!

Poltroon: Scottish parrot

Mistral: Unmusical troubadour

Asterisk: Astronomical hazard

Mustang: On death row

Coalesce: Smokeless fuel

Angiosperm: Irish prostitute

Rescind: Oops, I did it again!


25 Aug 10 - 01:03 PM (#2972626)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Stupor: Ladling thin broth
Infatuate: Cholesterol
Emulate: Tardy bird

Humidor: Damp gold

Cauterise: Winked

Porcine: Obscured way marker for road hogs

Morbid: Auction

Dulcet: Bunch of bores

Armadildo: Heavy duty vibrator

Sentinel: Smelly Nelly!

Rumpus: An invitation?

Octopus: Cat with 8 lives

Cant: No such word!


08 Sep 10 - 09:37 AM (#2982288)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Toiletries: Dog urinals


13 Sep 10 - 09:24 AM (#2985685)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Diatribe: Football hooligans


13 Sep 10 - 11:51 AM (#2985788)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Michael

Counter irritant = shop assistant

Kangaroos = look at those amazing marsupials.

Translator = He's going to become a woman.

Toiletries = letries for children to play with.

Gymnosperm = result of watching women exercising.

Shitsu = stupid name for a dog.

Succulent = a borrowed nipple


13 Sep 10 - 04:09 PM (#2986019)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: katlaughing

This is for MtheGM..it was either this thread or the other!*bg*

On his 75th birthday, a man got a gift certificate from his wife. The
certificate paid for a visit to a medicine man living on a nearby
reservation who was rumored to have a wonderful cure for erectile
dysfunction.

After being persuaded, he drove to the reservation, handed his
ticket to the medicine man and wondered what he was in for.

The old man slowly, methodically produced a potion, handed it to
him, and with a grip on his shoulder, warned, "This is powerful
medicine and it must be respected. You take only a teaspoonful and
then say '1-2-3'. When you do that, you will become more manly than
you have ever been in your life and you can perform as long as you
want."

The man was encouraged. As he walks away, he turned and asked, "How
do I stop the medicine from working?" "Your partner must say
'1-2-3-4,' he responded. "But when she does, the medicine will not
work again until the next full moon."

He was very eager to see if it worked so he went home, showered,
shaved, took a spoonful of the medicine, and then invited his wife to
join him in the bedroom. When she came in, He took of his clothes and
said, "1-2-3!"

Immediately, he was the manliest of men.

His wife was excited and began throwing off her clothes. And then
she asked, "What was the 1-2-3 for?"

And that, boys and girls, is why we should never end our sentences
with a preposition, because we could end up with a dangling
participle.


15 Dec 10 - 10:20 AM (#3054002)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Kat,

LOL!!

I'll use that one at the sesh tonight!

Here's some more to ponder:

Tertiary: Clint Eastwood

Curlew: Hairstylist

Menstruate: Realistic male bodymass

Binnacle: Small bin

Pannikin: Corporal Jones

Morbid: Up the ante at auction

Morbidity: Dirge

Ultramarine: More than able seaman

Disgruntle: Remove porcine vocal cords

Spinnakers: Speciality contortionist's act

Euphemism: Teenager –speak

Prosthesis: Expert's dissertation

Falsehood: Imitation sou'wester

Porcupine: Bacon craving


02 Feb 11 - 11:57 AM (#3087319)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Campaign: Lumbago from sleeping on wet grass

Cortex: weatherproof headgear to keep brain warm

Oinkment: Porcine medication

Ninny: Shy female goat

Understatement: Subtitle


07 Dec 11 - 07:52 AM (#3269756)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

Gymnosperm: Firing blanks?


08 Dec 11 - 04:50 AM (#3270289)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Nigel Parsons

Crone: Duplicate oriental life form.


08 Dec 11 - 04:54 AM (#3270292)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Nigel Parsons

Clone: Oriental hag
Crony: Hag-like,
Crony: Joint for the birds.


11 Jan 12 - 05:28 AM (#3288535)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Nigel Parsons

Purist: What you risk getting when you drop your mobile phone in the toilet.


11 Jan 12 - 07:57 AM (#3288623)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: DMcG

Mentioned at a sessionn on Friday last -

Twirled: Yorkshire


11 Jan 12 - 08:56 AM (#3288663)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Mr Happy

T'wirled -LOL!!


11 Jan 12 - 10:50 PM (#3289080)
Subject: RE: BS: A Game of Uxbridge English Dictionary
From: Genie

A few overlaps, but mostly new (definitions of exisiting words) here:
Neo-Definitions (Washington Post, Plus)