yoof

yoof

(juːf)
n
a. a non-standard spelling of youth, used humorously or facetiously
b. (as modifier): yoof TV.
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She went on to host the BBC's Reportage and the Rough Guides travel series - launched in the DEF II slot on BBC2 by "yoof TV" pioneer Janet Street-Porter.
Indeed the purity of his delivery transcends the rest of the cast's street patois, teeth-sucking and "yoof" attitude, which is often more of an irritant than an embellishment.
The purity of his delivery transcends the rest of the cast's street patois, teeth sucking and yoof attitude, which is often more of an irritant than an embellishment.
In an apparently desperate search for the "yoof vote", Hammond floats ideas which would disadvantage older people whilst providing little benefit for younger ones.
Reggie Yates: Hidden Australia (BBC1, 10.45pm) Those who thought that Reggie Yates was nothing more than an effervescent"yoof" presenter may have had their opinions changed by the documentaries he has made for BBC Three.
The genius of Moss is that you can steal her style without looking like you're in fancy dress (coin belts, floral crowns and daisy Dukes are best left to the "yoof" - ie those under 25 and with the average age of Glastonbury attendees being 36 that should rule them out).
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Streetwise voice of "da yoof " Ali G, Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev and flamboyant Austrian fashion reporter Bruno Gehard were comic creations par excellence, who gleefully held up a mirror to the ugly faces of bigotry and intolerance.
With her 68th birthday on December 27, the former Yoof TV boss - who brought us Red Dwarf, Network 7 and DEF II - is currently venting on Loose Women.
Glue has more of a chance of staying the trip, and it was obvious within minutes of Monday night's debut that the targeted audience is your typical youngish E4 crowd, the type who watch other British yoof dramas on the channel like My Mad Fat Diary, Fresh Meat and Skins.
Although pitched at the younger generation, (hence the annoyingly goofy sketches that Tyger interjects with), if you're parents of teenagers wanting to get a handle on what yoof really think, this is eye-opening viewing.
IT'S easy to scoff, sniff and dismiss BBC Three with its yoof programin' innit blud and its ill-advisedly blunt programme titles.