botty

botty

(ˈbɒtɪ)
n, pl -ties
slang the buttocks
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This is what Bo's Coffee is trying to realize with the launch of its Advance Ordering BOTTY.
He was accused of telling Mr Zafar he was going to get his "botty", a slang term for a shotgun.
Bo's Coffee Advance Ordering BOTTY, a first in the Philippines, is now making it easier for people to skip the long lines.
We've managed to get so many lawyers involved in what actually constitutes violent conduct it's got Scottish football's knickers so twisted we're all going to need industrial amounts of talcum powder to cope with the botty rash.
It's torture seeing wee Tam from Arbroath talking tactics about the Boston Botty Burpers or whatever the latest franchise is called.
Because, after copying my aunty, 5in of bathwater nowhere near enough to cool sunburned botty.
Who'll be left with frostbite on their botty as the 10 remaining celebrities desperately try to avoid stacking it in front of millions of viewers?
I recall having to take my sledge down to Botty's coal depot on West Street to collect a bag of sea coal which, with the shortage of mined coal, was just as good warming the house up.
Singer Martha Reeves and, below in the sixties with The Vandellas, Rosalyn Ashford and Botty Kelly
Unsurprisingly, they're much more receptive to slapstick and 'botty' jokes.
Mum said "all of him", Aunty liked his perfect lips and gummy windy smile the best while Me couldn't decide between his downy shoulders, the soft bits behind his knees, his little botty and the way he gazes towards the light.
DAVID Beckham's much-loved rear has been substituted by a botty double in the new TV advert for his undies.