trannie

trannie

(ˈtrænɪ) or

tranny

n, pl -nies
1. (Electronics) a transistor radio
2. a transvestite
Translations

trannie

tranny [ˈtrænɪ] N (trannies (pl))
1. = transistor (radio)
2. (Phot) = transparency 3
3. (= transvestite) → travesti mf
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The "charity" in question is Miss Ashley, the unfortunate trannie and star of Patrick's Alternative Miss World who fell from a third floor window, in 9 inch heels no less, only to be discovered, hours later, by a rather surprised milkman.
In the Premier Division, Avon Athletic play hosts to FC Trannie as Window Shades entertain Runcorn Albion.
In a more evenly matched pairing, Mersey Ferries have been drawn away to Runcorn outfit, FC Trannie.
Rangers Breaks sub Simon Turner scored with his first touch against FC Trannie, only for Lee Mitchell to level in the first half.
FC PENSBY moved into third following a convincing 5-1 victory over FC Trannie.
And don't even get me started on the witch or the trannie.
FC Pensby will provide the opposition in the final following a see-saw battle with Runcorn raiders FC Trannie.
It took years of negotiating before eventually the old Trannie was replaced in 1961 by the current arch bridge.
Rangers Breaks travelled to FC Trannie and were soon into their stride with a goal after five minutes, Nick Ashton cutting in from the right wing to score via an angled drive.
The band were filming in a club in New York's Garment district with 100 trannies and clubbers but cops were called after a fight broke out between a 6ft trannie and a member of the crew.
The Runcorn derby between FC Trannie and Runcorn Albion, was settled 7-1 in Trannies' favour, Lee Mitchell and Frannie Jones scoring two each with further efforts from Dave Malone, Ryan Henley and Daniel Cowley.
The quartet of semi-finalists was completed by Runcorn club FC Trannie who put paid to Black Horse, Chris Hicks and Francis Jones netting in a 2-1 victory