jacksie

jacksie

(ˈdʒæksɪ) or

jacksy

n
slang Brit the buttocks or anus. Also called: jaxie or jaxy
[C19: probably from jack1]
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So at a time when they should be holding Regan's feet to the fire and examining him to the point where they have a laparoscope so far up his jacksie it should be tickling his tonsils, whatare they all doing?
No matter where you live, everybody has a pain-in -the Jacksie radgie neighbour, who is only ever referred to as "THAT ***".
The list includes a home flotation tank, costing PS12,500, and a chair made from fake stuffed flamingos which you can't sit on without getting a beak up your steam-cleaned jacksie.
Wembley on Sunday was the low point of a bar placed lower than a limbo dancer's jacksie, but he was far from alone.
Or you may be like me, who increasingly sits on his jacksie, only breaking the routine with a gentle stroll to the kettle or the car before going home to a night on the sofa to watch recordings of Coach Trip: Road To Zante.
He also had an X-ray picture on his phone of a patient with a bottle stuck up his jacksie, which he liked to show his mates for a laugh.
Whereas popular rumour contends that Lewis adopted the name Jacksie (or "Jacks" as he was know by the family) after his family dog died when he was aged just four, Beth explained that the real reason behind the nom de guerre was the author's keen admiration for a local Irish train driver.
Earlier on the card, Allsopp's Lacken Jacksie complete a course and distance hat-trick with a superb success over 225m, winning in 13.
And their sharp horns look dangerous, too: "I wouldn't want one of them up my jacksie," says Robson.
But it's tricky to shine in every shot with a camera permanently up your jacksie.
I phone Jacksie and we end up yelling and laughing at each other.