"Mate", other than when used between adult British men.
No, *********, your 4 year old son is not your "mate", still less is your young daughter.
Ladies, stop saying "I'm going out with my mates", it's not possible, they're female. They are not your mates. They may be your friends; I wouldn't know.
It seems that tracklement was probably derived from a similar dialect word with variant spellings (e.g. tranklement, tanchiment) that was used across North and Central England and meaning "ornaments, trinkets; bits of things".If you don't want the word "tracklements", I'll have it - I rather like it.
I can trot it out frequently, along with the condiments, just to piss people off if nothing else.
Pretentious twats who ask for " Spag boll" its spaghetti bolognaise you fcukwits.
Happy to help - You could list all the things that women do to make most men's life better?Thanks for that ringing endorsement of all that is important about womanhood.
That's just a common abbreviation for an easy meal! Nothing pretentious.
ETA: I can't imagine ever "asking" for spag bol, I wouldn't be picking it from a menu, in the same way that I wouldn't have the need to visit a coffee shop or order a boiled egg!
My parents & grandparents would always say ‘tranklements’. After walking into a room with toys spread all over my dad would say “come on, pack all these tranklements away now”.Very good.However gorilla guts was correct.Origin of name due to shape like a pulley wheel.
Ok carry on.
Now get the lazy cow to sort out your grammar, punctuation and spelling.Knowing how to operate the washing machine.
Breast feeding the sprogs.
sewing and needlework.
Answering the phone when I'm asleep on the sofa.
paying the milkman( No ribald comments please lads!)
When I was working, being my book keeper.
Washing up.I do the drying up, she insists.
Booking the dentist, optician, & the boiler gas maintenance once a year.
Knowing when to keep quiet.
.pegging out the washing.
All these things I do not do, unless asked, and then under sufferance.
My brother in law insists on using phrases like 'see you at ten bells' when he means 10:00. I did once explain the naval watch bells system but to no avail.I hate the use of naval terminology. It drives me up the bulkhead.