the dog's bollocks

the dog's bollocks

rude slang A person or thing that is excellent, exceptional, or the very best. Primarily heard in UK. I used to think this band was the dog's bollocks when I was a kid. They're pretty embarrassing to listen to as an adult, though. The game gives the player a lot of really satisfying and powerful moves, making you feel like the dog's bollocks as you play.
See also: bollock

the dog's bollocks

BRITISH, INFORMAL, VERY RUDE
If someone or something is the dog's bollocks, they are extremely good. To a wide-eyed teenager, this band was the dog's bollocks. They had the loudest amps, the longest hair, the hardest rock and the baddest attitude.
See also: bollock

the dog's bollocks

the best person or thing of its kind. British vulgar slang
See also: bollock

the dog’s ˈbollocks

(British English, taboo, slang) used to say that something is excellent or very good: This song is the dog’s bollocks.
See also: bollock
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The old Premier reserve league was the dog's bollocks for everyone concerned.
As a mad, rambling, slightly austere, dreamlike pleasure it's the dog's bollocks.
Henderson, 42, and Hickmott, 46, once members of the feared Chelsea Headhunters gang of hooligans, run a bar called the Dog's Bollocks in Pattaya.
Along with the developers Muse, councillors are desperately trying to convince us that what they keep calling Marischal Square (aka Broad Street) is the dog's bollocks.
And the country might be gone to the dogs but the greyhound track in Borris will be the dog's bollocks, so to speak.
It's not difficult to find some groovy London chick in a miniskirt who thinks you're the dog's bollocks 'cos you can get into any party.
Conor's brother Brian thinks he's the dog's bollocks but has made a sow's ear of the bank bailout.
It might be bollocks but if he doesn't come up with something better than that, it'll be the dog's bollocks.