thickie

thickie

(ˈθɪkɪ) or

thicky

n, pl -ies
slang Brit a variant of thicko
Translations

thickie

[ˈθɪkɪ] Nbobo/a m/f

thickie

n (Brit inf) → Dummkopf m, → Doofkopf m (inf), → Doofi m (inf)
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But what happens then - when TV has tired of the "Thickie Joey" routine and moved on to the next freak show?
Meanwhile, daughter Eva The Diva now sees thickie brickie Jason in a new light after his kindness towards her mum.
Unilever, if you insist that the growth in sales of Lifebuoy hand wash have indeed meant the world has seen a 50 per cent reduction in the use of water for equivalent levels of handwashing over the last two years, fine, get back to me with an explanation that even thickie stupidos like me can understand.
But she did have qualms about Ella seducing Adam Barton, played by Adam Thomas, 24, the younger brother of Ryan, Corrie's thickie brickie Jason Grimshaw.
Really, who wants to go out with muscle bound, tantastic, thickie with a weird hairstyle?
'Thickie Mark' as he was allegedly nicknamed at boarding school, first stormed onto our television screens by getting himself lost in the North African desert.
Innocent, tel:020 8969 7080, who produced the Innocent Smoothie, have introduced a new product - the Innocent Yogurt Thickie.
If you don't know the difference between your web browser or your search engine, you're a thickie.
He certainly did very well financially for someone who left posh Harrow school - where he was nicknamed Thickie Mork - with poor qualifications and who failed his accountancy exams three times.
But what cannot be denied it that he has done very well for someone who left posh Harrow school - where he was nicknamed "Thickie Mark" - with just three O-levels and poor A-levels results.
Sir Mark, who was known as 'Thickie Mork' at Harrow and who has been criticised for his lack of charm, was once described as 'a sort of Harrovian Arthur Daley with a famous mum'.