cushty


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cushty

(ˈkʊʃtɪ)
interj
an exclamation of pleasure, agreement, approval, etc
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ONLY FOOLS THE (CUSHTY) DINING EXPERIENCE GEORGE HOTEL, EDINBURGH ???
BY LOUIE SMITH TROTTER spotters will love to feast their mince pies on this Only Fools and Horses superfan's cushty back.
Everyone knows that the real prize on offer tonight is a place in next season's Champions League but surely the prospect of becoming probably the first club to win in Hull and Baku is just as cushty.
Only Fools and Horses star John Challis reckons it would be cushty to have a statue of Del Boy at the site of Nelson Mandela House.
But as it was the brainchild of late creator John Sullivan, completed by his son, it is no surprise the result is proper cushty.
The people providing TV services to patients are to paraphrase Del Boy Trotter: 'On a nice little earner my son, cushty, lovely jubbly.' While a hospital stay can improve your health, watching TV can damage your wealth.
Newcastle fans will be hoping Benitez has a cunning plan to make it a cushty transfer window but only those who know nothing of Mike Ashley will be expecting anything other than a transfer window that will go on, go on, go on and go on before ending in disappointment.
Kevin Brannan is a big Only Fools fan and thinks it could be a cushty idea.
Cushty!Kooshi have created a new innovative backpack which is not only practical for carrying games and essentials, but also has a detachable cushion to rest tired heads.
But who needs boring hospitals, Rodney, when you can now be digitally informed by your cushty, smarty-pants meter that turning your TV, cooker, heating, lights and shower on will cost you a lot more money than if you sat bored, hungry and shivering in total darkness - while stinking of BO?
"Don't sweat, everything will be cushty. Just lightly butter two pieces of bread, thinly slice the cucumber, bung 'em on the bread and, voila!