english tail, noun
Something irritating and difficult to get rid of.
"My kid brother's just started at the same school as me and keeps following me around when I'm trying to hang out with my mates. It was quite sweet at first, but now he's becoming a bit of an english tail."
Doctor "Well young man I'm sorry to tell you that you have a rather severe case of the English Tail.........here's some antibiotics, no *** for at least 6 weeks and for the love of god next time please do wear a condom"
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The act of failing to perform in spectacular fashion when given an opportunity to do so.
"I studied for weeks and weeks, but come exam time I went and pulled a Kerrigan"
Kerrigan verb (used with object), kerriganned, kerrigan, kerriganning
"Mark worked on that presentation for months, and so it was disappointing that he went and kerriganned it up"
"I hope I get this job, my biggest fear right now is kerriganning my interview"
"It's always painful watching a performer kerrigan on stage like that"
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To revolutionise how a role or task is performed.
"The advent of first the telegraph, then the computer and later the internet gilchristed the banking industry."
"Despite costing significantly more than the other options, the air force decided to purchase the GX-491 fighter jets as their targeting systems were mcgrath."
A person whose work requires constant review.
"This intern is only adding to my workload by being such a dharmasena"
Umpire's Call, verb
To be denied of sexual intercourse
"Sarah was all over me last night before I was umpire's called by her friend."
To impress in an unexpected way.
Our local councillor visited our school to deliver as speech. I thought it would be boring and cringeworthy, but he agared by being honest and having a good sense of humour.
To disappoint after an impressive start.
The film began with an engrossing fight scene, but then it rohited and the next 90 minutes were unwatchable rubbish.
To divide opinion.
The design of the new memorial pietersened amongst the people of the town.
paul adams, noun
An unnecessarily complicated way of achieving something.
"I had to fill out a ridiculous number of forms to apply for the grant, the whole process was a paul adams."
swann to rogers, noun
A very poor attempt at something which still manages to get undeserved success.
"The presidential campaign was a swann to rogers - the candidate visited about 3 states and he never even published any policies, but he won the election anyway."
Acceptable in one aspect but severely lacking in others.
"The new accountant was tufnell at his job - he was good with numbers but often disrupted his colleagues and was rude to clients."
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