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anthonyqkiernan
anthonyqkiernan
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You're McNicked
Nov 23, 2002, 10:29
You could not make this up. Chris Morris eat your heart out.

http://www.adbusters.org/breaking_news/police_cars2002_11_13.html
YerArseInParsley
365 posts

Re: You're McNicked
Nov 23, 2002, 10:57
I hope they sponsor policemen on condition they wear Ronald McDonald costumes on duty.

I'm a recidivist so I expect I'll get loyalty-card bonus-points for my next arrest.
YerArseInParsley
365 posts

Re: You're McNicked
Nov 23, 2002, 12:24
repeat offender, ie a regular customer
joudicaa
joudicaa
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Re: You're McNicked
Nov 23, 2002, 12:27
buggerlugs
YerArseInParsley
365 posts

Re: You're McNicked
Nov 23, 2002, 13:06
How'd you know what my mum calls me ?
joudicaa
joudicaa
325 posts

Re: You're McNicked
Nov 23, 2002, 19:59
i know everything ;-)
YerArseInParsley
365 posts

Re: You're McNicked
Nov 24, 2002, 03:16
Good - then you know how much I like you.

I thought buggerlugs was a scots expression, is it an english thing too ?
Moon Cat
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Re: You're McNicked
Nov 24, 2002, 14:00
I bet Chief Wiggum would order a fleet of those wheels.
Estelle
89 posts

Re: You're McNicked
Nov 24, 2002, 16:44
The term 'buggerlugs' is widely used in Northern Lancashire.
I still can't get a clear answer on whether 'Big Lummux' is an offensive term...
Thoughts ?
grufty jim
grufty jim
1940 posts

Lummox?
Nov 24, 2002, 16:56
Isn't the word "lummox" (rather than "lummux")?

My etymology dictionary has this to say about it:

"1825, Eng. slang, perhaps from dumb ox, influenced by lumbering; or from E. Anglian dialectal form of lummock "move heavily or clumsily," of uncertain origin.

The regular dictionary defines it as "a clumsy person".
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