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7 definitions by R. Clayton Jr

 
1.
A Gay man with an obsessive interest in obscure or technical subjects (computing, HiFi, public transport, etc.), but with the kind of looks that make you cream in your shorts. Featured on “Will & Grace” (US TV). Abbreviated as HGN.
"That's not just any anorak. He's one hot gay nerd."
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 02 Tháng mười hai, 2005
 
2.
Not good, not up to the task, not true. Originally a UK schoolboy slang expression: "a pile of pants", presumably the equivalent of dirty, smelly washing. Later spread to adults and abreviated.
"It doesn't work. It's just a pile of pants!" or "I don't like that group. Their music is pants" cf "balsa" and "a piece of balsa".
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 29 Tháng mười một, 2005
 
3.
verb, intrans., UK. To bother or make an effort, esp. in the negative.
"I was supposed to hand in an essay by tuesday, but I couldn't be arsed to write it".
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 29 Tháng mười một, 2005
 
4.
paper or textile used to prevent spillage during masterbation, especially one routinely used.
"When I found his wanky-hanky in the car, I nearly freaked."
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 29 Tháng mười một, 2005
 
5.
A colloquial for ejaculate. Used jocularly
"He's keen on banana yoghurt" meaning that he likes to suck cock. Often simply meaning "he's Gay", even if not factually accurate about liking semen.
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 28 Tháng mười một, 2005
 
6.
Wood from the tree ochroma lagopus. Light wood that easily foats and is breakable. Wood used for modelling. A piece of balsa: A useless item liable to break. Not well constructed. cf "pants, a pile of"
"That car's a piece of balsa" and "You can make a model out of that!" (ie. it's balsa) as fearured on an Alexei Sayle recording: "Hello John Got a New Motor?"
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 29 Tháng mười một, 2005
 
7.
Almost any penis, but not a very small one.
A foolish person.
A big wet kiss.
Almost anything that is remarkably big.

Almost certainly most derive from plonker as size, but this in turn possibly from "to plonk", to place with little or no accuracy possibly because it was big and heavy. See also plonka.
"Put your plonker away, Eric."
"Oh Bob, you're such a plonker."
"When I said she looked nice, she gave me a plonker straight on the lips."
"It was the biggest turkey we'd ever had. A real plonker."
"She plonked the meal down in front of me. 'Get stuck in,' she cried."
viết bởi R. Clayton Jr 30 Tháng mười một, 2005