1.Englishman with a neatly trimmed beard who looks relatively smart, although there's something outlandish in his dress code, such as cowboy boots or a shirt that TOTALLY doesn't match.

2. A drama student or 'wit' who exclaims 'odd bodkins' for no reason.

3. A pole for poking clay with.

Named after Timothy Claypole from the old kid's t.v. show 'Rentaghost'.
"I say Carruthers... look at Smythe there... the suit's definitely Saville Row, but the tie's just GOT to be Primark... what a complete Claypole!"
作者 Neil Baxter 2005年9月23日

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