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knockers

1. n. the breasts. (Usually objectionable.) Nice knockers, huh?
2. n. the testicles. (Usually objectionable.) Pow, right in the knockers. Ye gods, it hurt!
See also: knocker
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We'll now be in touch with colleagues up and down the country to see if we can get these ding dongs and knockers back to their owners.
Commercially marketed lure knockers vary in size, weight and design based on the depth and cover for which they're intended.
I've never understand what prompts those (like the otherwise feisty Clare Short, former Ladywood MP) to wage war on the girls who've added gaiety to national like for so long, beaming vacuously over knockers like full moons, or pouting round them, as if these body parts had lives of their own.
Contract award: site villette - creation of 3 knockers and 2 outputs from pits to secure the ends of the channels 6, 7 and 8 of the maintenance hall.
One of those groups believed to be operating in the area are the Nottingham Knockers - a gang of young people claiming to be ex-convicts who try and sell items at cheap prices.
He was inspired to create the piece as part of his business Snobs, Knobs and Posh Knockers to commemorate the Lindisfarne Gospels coming to the city in July.
He was inspired to create the piece as part of his business Snobs, Knobs and Posh Knockers to commemorate the Christian manuscript, the Lindisfarne Gospels going on display in the city in July.
Knobs and knockers was deemed to be a more onerous punishment than after-school detention as it involved physical exertion.
Surely the fact that Taylor was twice nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in 2006 and 2010 - and is one of the few who actually qualifies by having some personality - should suggest he is held in great regard by sports fans and the last thing on his mind should be knockers (if you excuse the phrase).
David Hall Silence the doubters Let's hope Carlton House turns up sound and well on Saturday and trounces the rest just to silence the knockers.
One of two golden knockers on the doors of the Imam Mosque in Esfahan has been stolen.
Well, if we cast our minds back to that infamous photo of the wee man in the showers during his playing days - coupled with the fact he's now got a cracking pair of knockers - he'll probably be sent to a women's prison.
The suspension came after over 100 so-called pork knockers from the Nieuw-Koffiekamp area invaded the company's concession, company officials said.
Gullible older folks need to learn a rapid lesson: never deal with door knockers, use Yellow Pages or neighbours' recommendation.
He was found sitting and smoking his pipe while a crew of ghostly miners - known as knockers - did all the work for him.