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Tuesday, August 29, 2017. Daily Brit Wit. Manky: Adjective, informal Inferior; worthless; or, dirty and unpleasant. "She hops over rolled up carpet and her sandals clomp down heavily. Then she weaves through the scattered tools and empty water bottles up the pathway to the front entrance. Once there, the gap where the new French doors… Continue reading Manky

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Sunday, August 6, 2017. Daily Brit Wit. Chips: Noun BRITISH for French fries. *Hello my fortnightly friends! Can't believe it's been another two weeks. Gosh. Here's the follow up to Operating theatre. "Anthony loses all interest in the passing of time. However, there's some cynical part of him that's pleased he's not on an existential… Continue reading Chips

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Thursday, July 20, 2017. Daily Brit Wit.Chivvy: VerbTell (someone) repeatedly to do something.*Part two of Berk"They call Harry, keep him on speakerphone while he drives half an hour to come play referee. Amy's bewilderment disappears within moments of Gemma connecting the call to their brother. They maintain a counter's width between them.The wait is strained,… Continue reading Chivvy

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Sunday, July 9, 2017. Daily Brit Wit.Childminder:NounA babysitter or a child-care worker.*Welcome, welcome to the next installment in the Fortnight series! Be sure to check out the first three with Snog being the most recent. Ta! 😄"She exhales dramatically, left hand full of car keys and right hand gripping the front door knob. Her surveillance over her… Continue reading Childminder