backie


Related to backie: croggy

backie

(ˈbækɪ)
n
informal Brit a ride on the back of someone's bicycle
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Buses, taxis, if your mate gives you a backie on his bike - give big whoops and hollers, like you're a talent show audience.
From left: Chris Pratt, bryce Dallas Howard, nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins try not to get eaten jackie - she's backie Inspired by the cult magazine for girls, ASOS Reclaimed has teamed up with Jackie to deliver a 10-piece collection - the range includes psychedelic prints, playsuits and a logo T-shirt.
Apart from the president of France getting a backie to his lover's home on a scooter, the most amazing thing about that story was that Francois Hollande apparently only has one pair of shoes.
The police searched every inch of Old Torry - the shingle beach by the leading light at the head of Sinclair Road, the Balnagask Golf Course, every backie and outhouse from Sinclair Row to Baxter Street.
Let me take you on a journey - come on, it'll be like I'm giving you a backie.
The former CD contains seventy-eight items organized by Robertson into nineteen categories: backie garden party songs, war songs, American influences, silly songs, ropie songs, ball songs, clapping songs, mouth music songs, boy-girl songs, warning songs, roch songs, murder and ghostie songs, song for a girl, special occasions, jingles (i.
He said: "(Neil) Backie, (Matt) Dawson, (Richard) Hill, (Phil) Vickery, they could all do the job.
just as soon as I've tracked down a teabag bodysuit that's warm enough for when the husband gives me a backie around Mull.
That defeat was like a stiletto between the ribs for Sir C and Backie has got his comeuppance.
Then we called the line-out, we went straight up the field, Matt made the break up the middle, Backie had the ball.