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Lana Mcdonald noun
Played "Screaming Woman" in Rawhead Rex. Beaten to the 1986 Oscar for best supporting Actress by Anjelica Huston.
Submitted by Ted, 21/09/2008
Left Handed Mouse other
Preferred device of people who look at porn on the internet
Submitted by Smokey Earl, 08/09/2008
Leggy Sharks adjective
A type of Shark, common off the coast of New Zealand, known to eat objects, such as a shoe.
Submitted by Ted, 11/07/2006
A disease that I have meaning that parts of your body fall off alot, for instance, I could be typing this and both my hands could quite eas
Submitted by Ted, 26/04/2006
Licky Kicky noun
Submitted by Dermot, 29/03/2006
For when you haven't got a lemon.
This excellent word can be used whenever you like, and given any meaning that you choose. See also Irony.
Submitted by Dermot, 22/08/2006
Submitted by Paul, 23/03/2006
Live TV noun
Now Defunct T.V channel which was the first to realise the potential of Topless Darts, a midget giving weather forecasts on a trampoline, naked news, and Topless Darts on Ice.
Submitted by Ted, 30/03/2006
Lucas Syndrome noun
A condition that tends to affect men in later life. The primary behavioural trend common in affectees is the public mockery of any work of value the subject achieved in earlier life, for the sake of a quick buck and a tantalising ego massage. Sufferers include Eric Idle, Sylvester Stallone, and of course, the best known sufferer, George Lucas. Sadly there is no known cure, and only the onset of rapid ageing promises to put an end to the undesireable behaviour. Other symptoms occasionally include plastication of the cheeks, or hair, and sometimes a sinking of the chin into the subject's neck or torso.
Submitted by Dermot, 01/07/2008
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