It Is Not My Fault If You Die.
A hybrid animal, which is mixed with an octopus, penguin, donkey, monkey and dog. Very vicious animals that live mostly on islands or near the coast.
Get a tattoo preferably across your chest that says "no ragrets"
An incredibly religious kids show about vegetables (some of the characters aren't even vegetables which is confusing) It's actually funny to watch. They have "silly songs" including one called "I dont have a belly button" and another called "god is bigger than the boogie man" HILARIOUS See also Kids.
Proprietary fortified wine sold in establishments favoured by the heavier drinkers. The full name is 'Eldorado' and was alleged to be available in either 'Rich White' or 'Old Tawny' commonly known as dark and clear. They looked the same but Rich White was slightly easier to stomach. Now only available as Rich White but unlabelled. A Cypriot 'sherry' that other sherries refuse to talk to because of its bad reputation. It was the immediate predecessor of Buckfast Tonic Wine as the choice for the al fresco drinkers of all ages. Excellent as a breakfast wine or as a lunch replacement.
Scots - a toilet, usually separate from the bathroom and either on the landing of a tenement shared by three or four families or in the 'back green' shared by the whole building. A dark, dank, dangerous place where there is little light, pungent smells and rats galore. If you take a newspaper you would be wiping with it, not reading it. Similar to the toilet featured in the film 'Trainspotting' but not quite as high class.
Scottish mildly abusive word, can also be used as a term of endearment for an old friend. Made up from two contradictory words; Fanny, in Scots this means the FRONT bottom of a lady and bass as in Scots for balls ie testicles. Thusly conferring the feminine negative upon the masculine in a genital sense. Usage as a greeting - 'Awrite Fannybaws?'.