new word

#1
a new word has begun to appear in local economic news items, it is,
BANKSTER
I am unable to find an explanation, can anyone here help
 
#2
well it rymthes with wankster does that help?
 
#4
The meaning is greedy W@nker banker
 
#5
Flange isn't a new word, but I'm off to sample it now. I've been shouting threats upstairs for the last half hour. Moist also springs to mind. Anyone expand on this, not that I care, I'll be up to my nuts in guts, whille you lot do your left handed surfing.

Edited to add, I meant normal every day words that have a sexual connatation. ie discharge, erection, warm and damp etc
 
#6
hairyarse2 said:
Flange isn't a new word, but I'm off to sample it now. I've been shouting threats upstairs for the last half hour. Moist also springs to mind. Anyone expand on this, not that I care, I'll be up to my nuts in guts, whille you lot do your left handed surfing.

Edited to add, I meant normal every day words that have a sexual connatation. ie discharge, erection, warm and damp etc
Gusset. Look at the roof beams in a hangar or similar building. See those reinforcing plates where the beams meet? Gussets. It's an engineering term. I ♥ gusset.
 
#7
jemadarjo said:
a new word has begun to appear in local economic news items, it is,
BANKSTER
I am unable to find an explanation, can anyone here help
For paying attention to local economic news, i have a word for you.
HERMER
 
#8
hairyarse2 said:
Flange isn't a new word, but I'm off to sample it now. I've been shouting threats upstairs for the last half hour. Moist also springs to mind. Anyone expand on this, not that I care, I'll be up to my nuts in guts, whille you lot do your left handed surfing.

Edited to add, I meant normal every day words that have a sexual connatation. ie discharge, erection, warm and damp etc
Flange is a flippin' great word...I've used it for ages, both technically and perversely/sexually...it's when you see it in a technical document and giggle like the school boy who's just found 'sh!t' in the dictionery!

It's funny to see it used with some other descriptive word too...Bobbin Flange...for example!!
 

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