GEORDIE SHORE LEXICON
Game as badgers simile used to describe individuals with an insatiable sexual appetite In there like swimwear simile used to convey one’s yearning to mingle and copulate If you’re from Middlesbrough you might as well be from Mars territorial turn of phrase to emphasise one’s geordie credentials/place of birth Mince around like horse soup v. to flirt conspicuously and in a...
I took the tube back to the centre
I took the tube back to the centre And from Victoria caught the bus. Leaving the suburbs’ sprawling lights and dregs of motor oil We chased the M4 back South West And, dissecting Berkshire, saw them, Stacked across the sky, mingling amidst the stars: Flashing dots of brilliance, waiting patiently to land. And somewhere far behind us You had taken off. Sat aboard one of those flashing...
SCOOP! SCOOP! Morrissey loves life, especially... →
‘Never meet your heroes’ - a phrase I’ve heard a hundred times, maybe less, maybe more. Following Dermot O’Leary’s recent interview with one notoriously divisive curmudgeon, it’s apparent that this maxim certainly applies if your hero happens to be one Steven Patrick Morrissey. Surely anyone who’s anyone in music knows that anything Mozza says ought to be...
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There are times in life when we stumble unwittingly into awkward conversation with those with whom we should never have made eye contact. We’ve all been there: cornered by a creepy uncle with clammy hands at a family wedding; harangued by a wily tramp angling for pennies; aurally assaulted by terrifyingly radiant graduates in waterproof jackets trying to get you to send £400 a month to save...