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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Bullshed!



Neologism announcement:

Since the recent appearance of the word "shedload", even though sheds are not used to carry loads, nor are carts normally piled high with sheds, I have decided that if I can't beat 'em I'll have to join 'em and take 'em further.

So, join me in calling "bullshed!" on all the fertiliser we anticipate reading and hearing in 2015.


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2 comments:

A K Haart said...

I'm not sure how to use this one. Do we refer to the House of Commons as a bullshed?

Sackerson said...

And full of shedheads.