cludgie


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cludgie

(ˈklʌdʒɪ)
n
slang Scot a toilet
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You know your European dreams has disappeared down the pan when you get turfed out on your rear by a team called Cludgie! I'm sure if I look deep enough I'll find some sympathy for their gaffer, Neil Lennon.
My pal Jenny, who'd dropped it, giggled till she'd to gallop, tiddlin', to the cludgie. Mind you, she did that quite a lot.
But savvy jeweller Steven McGhee recognised its potential as a fine example of jacobethan architecture rather than a humble cludgie.
Once, I had a convivial chat about the need to stretch one's legs with a wee American lassie queueing for the cludgie on a flight.
You could try cludgie for bathroom fitments (it's Scottish), lecky for electricians and electrical services (Scouse), tabs for tobacco and allied products (Geordie), gutties for trainers/shoes and footwear (Northern Ireland).
Scots looking for toilet suppliers can search under "cludgie", while people in Yorkshire can put in "axels" if the want a dentist.
Fair enough, if you're playing away in front of 60,000 baying Glaswegians at Parkhead or Ibrox, you could be forgiven for a quick pre-match trip to the cludgie, but with all due respect, journeys to the likes of Broadwood and Boghead Park don't churn the stomach in quite the same way.
Maggie Rae used to regularly threaten customers with her infamous "cludgie" stick during a 20-year reign of terror.
It would be madness to lob all that history and potential down the cludgie. They should look to join forces when it comes to a stadium though.
As the fire engine sirens screamed towards the stadium, smoke billowed out of the open-air cludgie we'd been ordered to paint as punishment for some minor indiscretion or other.
Whether it's glass, marble or metallic, it will add WOW factor to your cludgie....