backie

Related to backie: croggy

backie

(ˈbækɪ)
n
informal Brit a ride on the back of someone's bicycle
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I drew a wee map o' oor backie and marked an "X" in the middle o' the grass.
Storms defied experienced KPA's Backie Nkatha's hard work to hit two three-pointers in a row to lead 12-9 at the end of the first quarter.
Giving your friend a backie on your bicycle is a criminal offence as it's illegal to carry more than one person on a bicycle unless "it is constructed or adapted for the carriage of more than one person".
They include the Madrigals and Zobels, glass architect Impy Pilapil, Backie Celdran, Jose Y.
The other posts I watch for are of Backie Celdran's recipes.
If they don't, then I might need to enlist the help of fellow comedian David Walliams, or maybe even David Wilkie, to give me a backie home to dry land!
"At Christmas time I have a ride on it and I have had people try to get a backie. You always get a response in Glasgow but there has been a massive shift."
Buses, taxis, if your mate gives you a backie on his bike - give big whoops and hollers, like you're a talent show audience.
From left: Chris Pratt, bryce Dallas Howard, nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins try not to get eaten jackie - she's backie Inspired by the cult magazine for girls, ASOS Reclaimed has teamed up with Jackie to deliver a 10-piece collection - the range includes psychedelic prints, playsuits and a logo T-shirt.
By the way, the .face-on selfie is dead, it's all about the 'backie' now.
Apart from the president of France getting a backie to his lover's home on a scooter, the most amazing thing about that story was that Francois Hollande apparently only has one pair of shoes.