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whipper - Posted By Higgs Bosun (nedludd) on 20th Oct 12 at 2:38pm
chief whip to join unemployed

Re: whipper - Posted By Linus (linus) on 20th Oct 12 at 4:40pm
He didn't riot. He got on his bike and looked for work and he kept looking until he found it.
Norman Tebbit 15/10/1981
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Re: whipper - Posted By Higgs Bosun (nedludd) on 20th Oct 12 at 7:12pm
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pleb

It is best to use the word to describe someone that is not around though because then they are not there to prove you wrong with a fat stack of cash or by breaking out the queen's english or some crap. However, calling someone a pleb usually does not lead to a fight because they are likely too stupid to understand how much you have just insulted them. It is really best used to embrace your own current well-being, in good fun, with a underhanded insult on the dregs of society.
A guy walks out onto his pool deck in the middle of the afternoon with a tray full of double patron margaritas for his friends and lobster tails and steaks on the grill and says "I wonder what the plebs are doin today?" and then wonders if he turned on the security system at his beach house.

Re: whipper - Posted By Ian (ian) on 20th Oct 12 at 11:46pm
Roll up your sleeves and find jobs, minister tells unemployed

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/active/9623053/Roll-up-your-sleeves-and-find-jobs-minister-tells-unemployed.html

Re: whipper - Posted By howie (howie) on 11th Nov 12 at 6:36pm
Sleeves rolled up but still can't find a suitable job
Apart from unblocking the toilet of course {Grin}

Re: whipper - Posted By Ian (ian) on 11th Nov 12 at 11:44pm
Sleeves rolled up is a good start {Wink}

Re: whipper - Posted By Kerbs (johnkerr) on 15th Nov 12 at 5:09pm
Pleb such an under used word {Grin}