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beer and skittles

expression

  • Whereas skittles refers to the British word for bowling the saying "beer and skittles" is meant to exemplify a state of general delight with prevailing conditions.

    Last edited on Jun 29 2010. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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beer huggy

noun

  • a sleeve that fits around a can of beer (or other canned beverage) to insulate it.

    Last edited on Nov 24 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Nov 24 2011.

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beermat

noun

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beer o'clock

noun

  • the time at which people start drinking alcohol.
    Person A: What time are we going to the bar?

    Person B: Beer o'clock.

    Last edited on Aug 26 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 26 2009.

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