Billy No-Mates

Billy No-Mates

n
slang a person with no friends
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I was Billy no-mates. I got a little bit depressed."
Nor can anyone say you are Billy no-mates as you should be inundated with invitations.
Tracey Crouch's brief as something called Minister of Loneliness will doubtless include a few photo opportunities with an assortment of Billy No-Mates.
Will his bumbling assistant Billy No-Mates keep his job in pest control?
Billy No-mates? Struggling for conversation in company?
I'm Billy No-Mates actually but I speak to the players and it is not a question of them wanting to go anywhere.
A market called Billy No-Mates pertains to players only called upon in the final day's singles.
"We called him Billy after Billy No-Mates because he seemed solitary when we got him," said Ann.
"We thought, wouldn't it be nice if there was one book with all this information in so people could start having fun with their babies and not go through that horrible loneliness and not look like Billy no-mates."
Brian kept on rolling double sixes and we kept listening on the radio and cheering him on.They'd said we couldn't go along so he was a bit of a Billy no-mates and then when he got down to the last two and they asked if he wanted me there he said `no,I'vegot this far without her!'I think maybe he thought I was a bit of a jinx because Brian loves Everton and every time I go to a match they lose.''
I've got decent manners and I look after myself and take an interest in several things -so why am I such a Billy no-mates?
I don't really care whether Mel is gay or not, but if the only evidence against her is that she goes on holiday with her mate instead of on her own like Billy No-Mates, shares a room, has brilliant fun (as girls do together) and they oil each others' backs, then the same accusations could be levelled at thousands of us, including me, and they would be entirely unfounded.