jobbie

jobbie

(ˈdʒɒbɪ)
n
a thing usually specified in the preceding part of a sentence or conversationa piece of excrement
Translations
hovínko
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The other witnesses included Parba's friends Marian Gabriel and Jobbie May Ferros, the resolution said.
Cue turnips, swedes and a wide variety of knives from the folding four-blade pocket jobbie (with the "thingy for getting stones out of horses' hooves", which nobody ever got an opportunity to test
w Ift "That'll be the bird s*** I had smeared on my face," I smile, then watch theirs drop quicker than a nightingale's jobbie.
JUST THE JOBBIE, DOBBIE: Steven Dobbie celebrates his late, late winner with Michael Chopra
That wee jobbie will be left to the nanny - or possibly to Sinitta and all those other daft exes who pathetically trail around after the great man.
Besides the warranty and the safety and quality controls, your store-bought panel comes with one other advantage over the homemade panel: a 30-percent tax credit even the shiftiest accountant would have trouble claiming for a do-it-yourself jobbie.
I was looking for a torch and Tesco had just the thing, a nice silver jobbie, like one would imagine Fox Mulder would hold at shoulder height if The X-Files was still on the television.
I was a late convert - and then bought a cheap Argos jobbie to see if digital was as good as everyone claimed.
Starting with the highest spec camera, the SD900 is a 10 megapixel 3x zoom jobbie, with a 2.
Then there's Siemen's Coolmedia stainless steel jobbie with an integrated LCD TV screen.
OK, so it's a fine motor, especially when powering along an Autobahn, but it brings a tad of overkill to the Crossfire where a lighter, perhaps turbo'd two-litre jobbie would probably be livelier and better all round.
The mask in question, a wooden jobbie that infuses the wearer with the id-powered spirit of the Norse god Loki, is now in the possession of struggling cartoonist Tim Avery (played by Jamie Kennedy).