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Look (something) out

Thursday, June 13, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Look (something) out:  Phrasal verb, British  Look for and produce something. "You call me a hurricane a blinding wall of ocean greens washing away normalcy shoving secrets into sand and clinging to your shores in ebbing desperation. A natural disaster I am heavy lids and haywire senses heartbeat music… Continue reading Look (something) out

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Off-licence

Wednesday, April 3, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Off-licence:  Noun, British  A shop or a licence selling alcoholic drink for consumption elsewhere. "You are a dried out oasis your waves nothing more than a mirage belying beauty for false prophecies teasing the world and smirking all the while. You have a shrivelled heart mirroring beats to imitate… Continue reading Off-licence

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Bags of

Wednesday, February 27, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Bags of:  Noun, informal chiefly British  Plenty of. "Love stinks of roses and melting chocolate... of cloying perfume, it is a scent that lingers smudged into your fingertips like ink that loiters for twenty-four hours at least and even if you think you've moved on it'll smack you with memories chapped… Continue reading Bags of

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Troll

Monday, January 21, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Troll:  Verb, no object, with adverbial of direction, chiefly British  Walk in a leisurely way; stroll.   "You wake up screaming merlot pouring out your veins and names clogging up your larynx; you can't save the world so why save yourself? Black trundles of misery suffocate your happiness like depression… Continue reading Troll