crunchie

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crunchie

1. slang An infantry soldier. Send some crunchies in there to ambush that enemy fort.
2. slang A derogatory name for an Afrikaner. Primarily heard in South Africa.

crunchie

n. a soldier; a marching infantry soldier. (see also crunchers.) Crunchies have a pretty hard life.
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"Give me fun, give me flavour, give me crunch," and as she bites into a Crunchie, she brings the house down."
If there's one thing we do better than Americans it's confectionery and, in a selfless act of solidarity I ate, over the weekend, a Cadbury Flake, a Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut, a Crunchie and several Roses from the gargantuan tin I planned to give my godchildren for Christmas.
Barbara, who has stopped dozens of fights in her "street pastor" role, said: "It's amazing what a Crunchie can do in the heat of a moment.
But you'd think I'd notice a Crunchie. Once in 25 years.
A BURGLAR has been jailed for five years for a pounds 200,000 antiques raid - after being caught because he ate a Crunchie bar.
A burglar who was caught because he ate a Crunchie bar during a pounds 200,000 antiques raid was sentenced to five years in prison at crown court yesterday.
Battered Mars bars and Snickers cost 35p, a Crunchie 32p and a Milky Way was just 20p.
One of the most exciting new aspects of the site is a Crunchies Club section, with clubs for moms, kids, teens and fitness buffs, all designed to target specific needs and interests with exclusive content.