bum chum

bum chum

vulgar slang A derogatory term for a homosexual man's boyfriend or partner.
See also: bum, chum
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The effective 'No' campaign group for next month's referendum on the National Assembly's powers was heavily criticised after using the term "bum chum" to describe Plaid Cymru ministers on the microblogging site Twitter.
The official True Wales feed tweeted: "How did LA get league tables passed [sic] his PC bum chums. The thought of any competition must have PC AMs choking on their cornflakes?!?!" "Bum chum" is, in slang, a derogatory term for a man's homosexual partner.
* True Wales describe Plaid Cymru as Leighton Andrews' "bum chums" Speaking of not-on phrases to describe people, "bum chums" is high on the list.
During last year's referendum campaign on the National Assembly's powers, the effective No group, True Wales, was forced to apologise after using the homophobic term "bum chums" to refer to Plaid Cymru members of the Cabinet on its official Twitter feed.
A CAMPAIGNER against extra powers for the National Assembly apologised yesterday for describing Plaid as Labour's Assembly "bum chums".
"They are a partnership of convenience," says The Times, "a fusion of opposites," reckons the Telegraph and "bloody bum chums," according to my neighbour.
BUM CHUMS Kylie's famous buttocks are regarded as the bench mark of perfection, so Dannii's decision to try these Aguilera-style chaps shows a lot of cheek
One of the most embarrassing moments - of many embarrassing moments - of the Assembly referendum campaign this year for No group True Wales was when they were forced to apologise for describing Plaid as Labour's Assembly "bum chums".
The effective No campaign had another slip-up last week when its official Twitter feed used the archaic term "bum chums" to refer to Plaid Cymru members of the Cabinet.
But they are deemed mature enough to be bum chums for sleazy old pervs.
The referendum's effective No campaign's official Twitter feed used the archaic term "bum chums" in January to refer to Plaid Cymru members of the Cabinet.
HOW much did True Wales learn from last week's Twitter farrago, when they were universally slammed for using the homophobic term "bum chums" to describe Plaid Cymru ministers?
CLOSE FRIENDS (girls only): Bum chums, muppets, soul mates, friends forever, bestest friends.