undercrackers


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undercrackers

(ˈʌndəˌkrækəz)
pl n
a slang word for underwear
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Still at least it explains why Ms Marney was most frequently seen in her undercrackers - she presumably kept her white robes and pointy hat at home.
As well as the son of God, her undercrackers were clearly visible through the fabric.
Joey's briefs encounter Joey Barton might have the teeth or but showing off undercrackers in such a blatant way yesterday hinted at own midlife crisis.
Jaepius @Jaepius Not ashamed to say I had to change my undercrackers before, I threw up during and I cried at the end.
And he'll be putting himself very much back in the singletons' shop window again soon - having promised that, if his beloved Leicester City win the Premier League, he'd present an episode of Match Of The Day in his undercrackers.
That it was hotter than Satan's undercrackers outside didn't deter us from jumping in the car and heading for my daughter's favourite place in Wales - Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire.
If I was a burglar specialising in nicking things from Olympic footballers, I'd have been there, scurrying off with as many pictures of Ashley Cole in his undercrackers and dirty long socks as I could carry.
But why should millions of responsible drinkers who don't have much money but who like a beer or a glass of wine at home after work, be punished for those louts who rampage through our streets in their undercrackers every weekend?
I think it was the sight of some old biddy's threadbare undercrackers wafting gently on the washing line in SuperScrimpers: Waste Not Want Not (8.
35pm) WOULD you rather swim the English Channel in your undercrackers, or spend a day and a night asking funny questions in a room with Christopher Biggins?
WOULD you rather swim the English Channel in your undercrackers or spend a day and a night asking funny questions in a room with Christopher Biggins?
What's worse, they've been blindsided on a much bigger scale than snapping up dodgy undercrackers.