something that looks great on paper, yet falls short when you get the thing up and running.
named for the uk electronics retailer maplin who have an amazing ability to accurately spot a trend or niche in the market… and then source a product that almost, but not quite, actually does that.
sorry about the maplin quality reception, the antenna isn’t quite right for this radio.
these buns have failed to rise – did you use maplin quality yeast? – paul hollywood probably.
what’s that residue in the battery compartment? did you use maplin quality batteries in there?
- fudged her huggies
when a baby p–ps their nappy/diaper. fudge = p–p, huggies = nappy/diaper. used in the simpsons episode, ‘strong arms of the ma. bart: ‘ew! mom, i think maggie fudged her huggies!’ marge: ‘bart, don’t say it like that, you’ll hurt her feelings. (sniffs) geez, louise! how did you turn cinnamon applesauce into that?!’
- sp*wn pacing
a gaming strategy (usually seen in rpgs) that is tedious for the player and bizarre-looking to anyone else watching the game, in which the controllable character is maneuvered back and forth in the same sp-ce on the map in an attempt to generate some sort of event. typically, this is done as part of grinding […]
referring the size of someone’s genitalia to that of a tic tac. jonathan has a ticca. referring the size of someone’s genitalia to that of a tic tac. jonathan has a ticca.
- blue c*m
the male -j-c-l-t- on the outermost dermis of an african american has a bluish tint, due to the natural transparency of said -j-c-l-t- or “c-m,” while it is superimposed onto the surface of african american skin. this is not to be confused with “blue gum,” although both can be used simultaneously in the same sentence […]