I have discovered a new word for front-bottom after all this time, and that word is ‘minkey’. How I discovered this is that it was mentioned as a username during a presentation regarding security software. Out of about one hundred people in the audience a couple of people tittered (that’s tittered not twittered). I was lost, so I looked it up and found it on urban dictionary. Nice.
Onto mysterious monk spoons –
While I was recreating Transformers 2 with no CGI budget, I found a smaller than normal teaspoon in my cutlery drawer. I had forgotten that I had rescued it from some teaspoons my dad was taking to a charity shop (or was he going to melt them down and make some fake 50p’s I can’t remember).
I let the Neighbours one go, but this one had a monk on it and I remembered they’re good for mustard. Not that I have any mustard in the house, but if someone came round and I didn’t have one it would be such an awful social faux-pass I might have to kill myself with the melon baller.
I always thought that Hari (Harry? Hairy? Hare? Rabbit?) Krishna’s gave them away to people in the 1970’s, but I wanted to find proof and include an interesting web page for you to look at it. I tried and I failed. Was it mentioned on an episode of QI I wonder?
More importantly what’s a ‘donk’?
A ‘ghetto style booty’ – what like trendy babies wear to stop their tootsies getting cold?
Now I have inadvertantly discovered a new word for a back-bottom. This is going swimmingly. can’t wait to put these words into action. Actually ‘badonkadonk’ rings a bell – I’m sure Missy Elliott sang something to me about her ‘badonkadonk’ in my car a while ago, and there was an elephant noise on the track too – should’ve been a clue – you can’t get more phat than an elephat/phant… please yourselves.