phwoar

phwoar

(fwɔː)
interj
an admiring sound, roughly same as 'cor'; used to denote sexual attraction to another person
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IT'S a case of for you, Adolf, the phwoar is over as a pair of silk frilly knickers worn by Hitler's mistress goes under the hammer.
Phwoar of the sexes THE Racing Post is never happy when someone ends their subscription to our website's Members Club, but one response to a cancellation survey did make us smile.
Andre tried to cover up by saying, "I only said phwoar until I was told they were blokes.
The 44-year-old Emmerdale star, whose partner Jeremy is 11 years her junior, said: "Wogan's full of Irish charm and phwoar - that voice
It seemed the music might take a backseat to the effects - with the band scaling ladders for a jaunty Hello - until old favourites such as Could It Be Magic, Pray and A Million Love Songs appeared to a Hampden phwoar.
I watched BBC1's War and Peace and quite enjoyed it, but I rather wish that I had watched Phwoar and Peace, which apparently was being shown at the same time
If that's not enough, another pop star, Nick Jonas, puts the phwoar into gore, by being frequently nearly naked (not complaining).
IT is testimony to actor Hugh Grant's enduring phwoar appeal that 18 years after becoming a Hollywood heartthrob in Four Weddings, he's still able to cause a stir amongst female fans.
I thought Ricky was going to be the phwoar one, but you know what?
JUMPING superstars Richard Johnson, Graham Lee and Jason Maguire were among the many riders yesterday humbled at Hexham as a group of discerning local ladies decided that Campbell Gillies had the phwoar factor by bestowing upon him the coveted best-looking jockey award.
PHWOAR Kate Lawler's fitness trainer Rhydian Lewis is gorgeous More sexy men please WoS
GANG OF PHWOAR, Adriana Lima, Lais Ribeiro, Alessandra Ambrosio and Behati Prinsloo