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a big girl's blouse

A derogatory phrase used in jest to insult a man who other men believe is behaving in a weak or effeminate manner. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. "You're nothing but a big girl's blouse walking around with your hair in a bun like that," yelled the old man to the young hipster.
See also: big, blouse

blouse bunnies

rude slang Breasts, especially when one is fully clothed. Of course all the guys are hitting on her—look at the way she shows off her blouse bunnies!
See also: blouse, bunny

let's blouse

dated slang A call to depart; let's get out of here. A: "This place is pretty darn dull." B: "I know—let's blouse."
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a big girl's blouse

BRITISH, INFORMAL
If you call a man a big girl's blouse, you mean they are not brave or confident and do not behave in the way that a man should. Come on, jump, you big girl's blouse! Note: A blouse is a shirt worn by girls or women. This expression perhaps refers to what a timid or weak man would be assumed to wear instead of a proper shirt, for example when playing football or rugby.
See also: big, blouse

big girl's blouse

a weak, cowardly, or oversensitive man. British informal
See also: big, blouse

a ˌbig girl’s ˈblouse

(informal, humorous) used to say that you think the way a boy or a man is behaving is more typical of a woman than a man, especially when they appear weak or not brave: Don’t be a big girl’s blouse and start crying!
See also: big, blouse

blouse bunnies

n. the (covered) female breasts. He couldn’t keep his eyes off her busy little blouse bunnies.
See also: blouse, bunny