gippy tummy

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gippy tummy

n (inf)Durchfall m
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A gippy tummy had last year's Ryder Cup winning putt hero vomiting ahead of his tee time while Kaymer had to dash to the toilet a few times in his round of 71.
After his MMR, at two-and-ahalf, a chatty boy with a gippy tummy and frequent ear infections became a mute, selfharming, anti-social entity of three-and-a-half.
Those were the days when 14 nights full board including flights, transfers and a gippy tummy cost no more than pounds 42 per person.
People will frequently tolerate a 'gippy tummy' without consulting a doctor or reporting to the environmental health authorities--unless the problem becomes so acute that they must seek help.
And just as barbecue transcends social classes, so do the effects of underdone meat - a gippy tummy. And as anyone who's ever been the victim of undercooked barbecue meat will tell you, picking up a tummy bug is an easy thing to do.
``It's not the old gippy tummy again - we'd both been feeling somewhat out of sorts before we arrived.
Yet that same side effect can be a bit of a boon if you're hit by a gippy tummy while on holiday!
Whether you call it "turistas," "Montezuma's revenge," "gippy tummy" (or whatever), traveler's diarrhea (TD) is a subject studiously avoided in travelogues depicting blue lagoons, white sands and green foliage.
WE'RE all susceptible to bouts of gippy tummy when we go abroad.
He travelled round India on his own, from Bombay to Bangalore, to Calcutta to Kathmandhu and returned with a slightly gippy tummy, a rucksack full of disgusting washing - and brimming with a new-found confidence.
"But I don't need jabs or have to worry about things like gippy tummy, sunstroke or frostbite."