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mankini

(ˌmæŋˈkiːnɪ)
n
a man's swimming costume consisting of a narrow V-shaped piece of material extending from the crotch to the shoulders
[C21: from man + (bi)kini]
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Wearing a mankini, the mini version of the 40-year-old footie legend even got his own seat on the flight to Mykonos.
A daring boyfriend gave his other half the perfect birthday present by parading around Paisley town centre in a mankini.
Adding my own line to that, it is a relief that no one volunteered swimwear - even with temperatures soaring outside a mankini would be a step too far.
We have used the mankini technique in numerous patients.
One bloke (almost) bared all in a Borat-style mankini.
Sacha Baron Cohen is putting his money where his mankini is.
Last year he honoured a promise to run the Great Birmingham 10k in his trademark revealing mankini and has even bigger running plans for this year.
STREETstyle Miroslava shows offserious on her Picture: Instagram Lesson number one, novelty bikinis, with multiple straps, push-up cups, tassels or ones that in any way resemble a mankini (cutout swimsuits, you are the culprit here), indicate you are not a seasoned beachgoer.
But if you have a case of a man who has a wardrobe malfunction with a lime green mankini, even I, on the odd occasion, find it mildly amusing.
Gomer, who moved to London around 20 years ago and lived above pubs across Southwark, loved cheese on toast and was known for calling everyone "sunshine", as well as having worn nothing but a Welsh flag and a mankini to raise PS1,000 for Help for Heroes.
| Gary Poulton - appeared on The Apprentice last year and has threatened to run in a Mankini.