piccy


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piccy

(ˈpɪkɪ)
n, pl piccies
informal a picture or photograph
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Steiff has recently added this adorable Piccy Blue Tit (PS75, Steiff.com) to its range of collectable animals.
Whether it is on Twitter (@neilcammies) or Instagram (@neilcammies) or even WhatsApp, just take a piccy of the wine label and fire it off to me and I'll tell you whether to keep it, drink it or whack it into a bolognese.
A fondue is a great centre piece for a 'piccy picnic' meal made of thinly sliced salamis, gherkins, pickled onions, olives and of course good artisan bread!
You can also tell from the piccy that the 4C is mid-engined, but you knew that already because we've been writing news stories about the 4C ever since it appeared at the Geneva motor show a couple of years ago.
Would a cyber-shopping Albion fan really want to part with their hard-earned cash for a signed piccy saying 'To Leon Green, all the best, up the Baggies, Chris Brunt', unless their name just so happened to be Leon Green?
Piccy He said: "I think at the moment they have got to make sure that they achieve enough to do what they are good at - that's to make sure we are in the division.
She DID take her clothes off but we will only see her without her make-up in a piccy for Channel 4 as part of a series by celebrities and well-known personalities who are supporting Self Portrait UK 14-19.
Just load up a digital piccy of yourself (Boots can make you one from a standard photo) and get busy painting your face.
The former Atomic Kitten singer, 35, who now divides her time between Ibiza and the UK, tweeted a piccy of her (enviably tanned) limb in a cast (below left), with the words: "What an absolute numpty!
I was dismayed by a recent piccy of Kelly Brook looking in dire need of a pie.