puker


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puker

(ˈpjuːkə)
n
1. informal a person who vomits
2. obsolete a remedy used to induce vomiting
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If you're going to get a runner or a puker, this is the night.
Each team is led by "fools" called Tommy and Betty while their respective sides dance to steps called Fixy, Choker, Cramper, Mary Ann, Coach and Horses, Bulldog, Star and the curiously-named formation Puker.
An abuser is the date rapist, the drunken driver, the slob roommate turned post-party puker back in the dorm, the drunken clown who pulls fire alarms at 4 a.
THE phantom puker (clue: will look very pale and be the only person in the room not drinking).
And almost every week since our pages have been packed with stories of random assaults, of mindless violence at night, of binge-drinking teens and pre-pubescent pukers for whom the overpowering presence of police (softly softly?
Us Brits have once again given more per head to Christmas charities than any other nation, Stella English, a poor East End girl who was in care, beat a public schoolboy to win a pounds 100,000 job on the Apprentice, our press still breaks stories the Establishment don't want broken, our pubs will soon be free of once-a-year pukers and the days are now getting longer.
You got the yellers, the sleepers, the pukers and the criers," J.