chuddies

Related to chuddies: chuddy

chuddies

(ˈtʃʌdɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal Indian underpants
[C20: possibly from chuddar]
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WELL "kiss my chuddies", BBC 2 is celebrating the award-winning Goodness Gracious Me comedy show by letting the team take over the station for the night.
Well, `kiss my chuddies', the critically acclaimed and award-winning comedy sketch show is back.
It wasn't just the good-natured cries of "rasmalai" (an Asian sweet) or the catchphrase "kiss my chuddies" as she walked down the street, Nina found herself smothered by affection and attention the moment she stepped out of her front door.
In keeping with their predecessors, Meera Syal, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Nina Wadia and Kulvinder Ghir have a string of memorable catchphrases - Kiss My Chuddies, In Your Dreams Buddy, As If...
Other top 'well, I've never heard THAT before' phrases include the Welsh English term 'jibbons' - which means spring onions - and the frankly wonderful 'chuddies' from the OED's Indian English section meaning undies.
Other top 'well, I've never heard THAT before' phrases include the term 'jibbons' - which, in parts of Wales, means spring onions - and the frankly wonderful 'chuddies' from the OED's Indian English section meaning undies.
The new batch of OED-accepted words includes the English Indian chuddies for underpants, the Welsh English jibbons for spring onions, and a few beauties from Scotland, such as fantoosh (showy or flashy), bigsie (having an inflated opinion of yourself) and, best of all, sitooterie.
IF you're a gora heading to the mela at the NEC this weekend and don't want to get your chuddies in a twist, here's a guide to the lingo to make sure your visit is aish.
'And in Goodness Gracious Me, the Asian street kids, the Bhangra Muffins, had a catchphrase, 'Kiss my chuddies', meaning 'Kiss my knickers'.
WELL, kiss my chuddies. Goodness Gracious Me star Kulvinder Ghir is using his talent for comedy to create a parade of colourful characters for Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children.
It seems we will also have to put up with a pair of chuddies for a while to come - the slang term for underpants popularised by the comedy show Goodness Gracious Me.
But chuddies - underpants - comes from hit TV comedy Goodness Gracious Me!