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bobbins

Post by Airlie Bird » Fri Dec 23, 2005 11:53 am

I recently moved to Manchester (UK) and have been amused by the use of the word 'bobbins' by Mancunians as a negative slate on something/someone. For example 'that coffee you just made me was bobbins, it had far too much milk in' or 'Thank the Lord that The Conway Sisters were voted off X-Factor on Saturday night, they are absoultely bobbins'. Any ideas anyone?
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