charidee

charidee

(ˈtʃærɪdiː)
n
informal a jocular spelling of charity, as pronounced in a mid-Atlantic accent
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The recipe for charidee success seems to be one politician's spouse ( from sultry SamCam to sexy Ed Balls), two random showbiz types and a footballer who's expected to play the game by being a useless laughing stock.
PRINCE WILLIAM HIS cool quotient was boosted this week after he got up and sang Livin' On A Prayer with Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift for charidee.
Firstly, because you probably won't be invited and, secondly, because he's doing it all in name of charidee.
The pair will join thousands of other runners pounding the pavements of the capital in aid of charidee, and you can bet our Katie will be channelling her inner Paula Radcliffe to cross the finish line first.
Only slightly less ambitious is the latest charidee stunt dreamed up by the good people at frozen fishmonger Young's, who plan to traverse the Humber Bridge .
More charidee business - for Comic Relief - from the girl band who will be performing at our Young Scot awards.
That said, it's for charidee, so buy it, use the CD as a coaster and at least some money will go to Children In Need.
But good to be reminded of the selfless star's 500-mile charidee triathlon for Comic Relief.
Well, now we know it ISN'T all for charidee, not by any means.
Just when you thought Dr Karl - aka Alan Fletcher, 56 - couldn't get any better, all proceeds are going to charidee.
MASSIVE congratulations to Denise Welch for raising more than pounds 165,000 for charidee.
Playing golf, doing charidee stuff and advertising shaving foam?