brekky


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brekky

(ˈbrɛkɪ)
n
a slang word for breakfast
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With the traffic in the last school year, she would eat brekky in the car.
But for the truly stomach-churning you'll have to go a long way to beat the brekky request for a bag of uncooked pasta and a jar of Lloyd Grossman tomato and garlic sauce, which the guest then cooked inside the kettle in his room.
We would both sit out in the sun and, you know, have brekky and I would read him the paper, and I suppose, I looked after him.
It smells so good." For sheer entertainment alone, he was worth the level-par 71 finish and his brekky.
We were to start with cocktails, then brekky, then cocktails whilst eating it, followed by cocktails and maybe some cocktails to round it off.
Belvita Soft Bakes, PS2.79 The convenience of a brekky biscuit but in a yummy, squishy version.
* Professional learning programs for teachers, e.g., Techie Brekky (before school), Quick Shot (10-IS minute quick lesson with a coffee), and Coaching Clinics (45 minutes-1 hour).
Seven Network has summoned former "Sunrise" exec producer Adam Boland in court over his upcoming tell-air memoir "Brekky Central."
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Mark, 24, told her: "I came in here with no intentions of meeting anyone and then they threw you in and I was like, 'Whoah, who's that hot girl?'" Emily, 28, said she was looking forward to an Aussie brekky and when Mark asked if he could share it with her, she said yes.
Leeton night shift nurses served u a cooked brekky in their pjs to highlight the inadequate penalty rates for night duty nurses.