piccie

piccie

slang A picture or photograph. (Pronounced "picky.") We used to love going through old piccies of us as kids. I've had the same piccie on my Facebook profile for nearly 10 years now.

piccie

n. a little picture; a thumbnail picture. Put some piccies on your web page. That’ll brighten it up.
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Hinting that she'd seen a baby piccie, bandmate Rochelle Humes said: "Baby Carter is here.
Upon finding said piccie I have now decided to take the opportunity that Mother's Day brings each year as a reminder for me to apologise to my dearest mama for being born the size of a 12-year-old.
And before I started, I'd take a piccie, then again afterwards.
And, before I started, I'd take a piccie, then again afterwards Yvonne Amanada Giles Elaine, I know how you feel.
Jamie Roberts, who described the Lions win as something he had always dreamed of, tweeted a picture of himself with the Hollywood actor and a bottle of champagne, joking: "He was desperate for a piccie.
And most importantly if you are hoping for that all-important "cutting the cake" piccie make sure your venue has a suitable knife
SUPERMODEL Kate Moss might be able to get away with wearing a floaty frock with wellies to music festivals, but - as this piccie proves - it's not a look that suits everyone.
Under the scary piccie Ayman wrote: "I was hit by a missile.
Before he left, David even managed to persuade his new best friend to pose for a piccie with him.
03 PICCIE Pots, from Crayola, are a selection of three plain plant pots in fake grass that can be decorated with the flower stickers and smelly, glittery pens.
Jihan followed the kissy-kissy piccie with a snapshot of her riding on a motorcycle behind Ragheb in the streets of Paris, where they'd gone for a short family vacation last week.
Just thought he might like a nice piccie of himself.
Can't remember if we've shown you a piccie of this before.
All you have to do is take a piccie of you puckering up with your partner, or blowing a kiss to the camera.