half-brick



a more portable and dimensionally-pleasing-to-the-eye variety of the common building brick. useful for caving in a w-nker’s skull, lobbing at shop windows and/or riot control forces, throwing off the side of overp-sses into oncoming traffic, or, occasionally, for use in building-related endeavours.
‘ere, wot a t-ss-r! ‘eave a ‘alf-brick at ‘im will ya?’

half-bricks proved popular missiles for combatant pilots in their aircraft during the opening stages of the first world war, before the synchronization gear enabling bullets to be fired through a plane’s propellers had been invented and widely fitted out in aircraft by the two sides

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