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bristols

(ˈbrɪstəlz)
pl n
slang Brit a woman's breasts
[C20: short for Bristol Cities, rhyming slang for titties]
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bristols

[ˈbrɪstəlz] NPL (Brit) (= breasts) → tetas fpl

bristols

pl (Brit inf) → Titten pl (sl)
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She did it for the cameramen." Le Drew also claimed some of the crew made lewd comments about the show's director, the late Pamela Lonsdale, saying she had a "nice pair of Bristols" or calling her "T*tsalina."
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"You're so lovely, so sweet, so kind - I think I'll call you Bristols," he frothed into one blonde's ample chest, the earflaps on his fur-lined deerstalker hat going like Snoopy's ears during a particularly vivid dream about cats being put in wheelie bins.
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