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corpse

1. n. an empty liquor or beer bottle. (see also dead soldier.) Throw your corpses in the trash can, you jerk!
2. n. a cigarette butt. The wino picked up the corpse and put it in a little box of them he carried with him.
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Poor old Lesley corpsed and had to leave the stage.
There were some classic Mrs B moments the best of which was with the spray glue when Winnie got stuck in a very unfortunate spot and screamed: "Please don't fart", when Rory Cowan who played Rory corpsed after finding someone's phone in his pocket (not part of the script) and Gary Hollywood being stuck on the toilet.
It was immaterial what Maldwyn was babbling on about although we both corpsed rotten once John had shouted "cut".
To be honest there have been a couple of occasions where I've just corpsed (dried up) because he's just so funny.
1 in Singapore and Malaysia, without setting either market alight, but, oddly, corpsed in Taiwan.