n. Rugby expression for a large gap through which one can run with the ball. The term has its roots in heavy drinking, as does rugby itself.

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Here now boyo. Wobble yer head a bit see, to throw them off kilter, and then plough up the lager hole.

I say. Spliffing idea old chap.

You're not English are you? It's Welsh we are. We hate the tommies.

Rather not my good fellow. Leeks rule! Etc.
作者 gnostic 1 2012年12月20日

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