Did you possibly mean breakers?
- n. Alternative form of brekker.
“Ai duz nawt ewezhully eets brekkers awn werk daze, but ai can bringz sum buddered towst wiht bwakberree jamz.”
“Around that time, Brits also liked to shorten words and terms in funny ways, for example they called breakfast, brekkers and rugby was often times called rugger.”
“Today I was having my brekkers when a kind fellow rang the bell to tell me I'd left my keys in the lock.”
“Or as Joyce -- someone who knew an itsy bitsy about the allforabit -- put it, "And even if Humpty shell fall frumpty times as awkword again, there'll be iggs for the brekkers come to mournhim, sunny side up with care.”
“Ken, that brekkers in the picture looks lip smackin’ good!”
“And even if Humpty shell fall frumpty times as awkward again in the beardsboosoloom of all our grand remonstrancers there’ll be iggs for the brekkers come to mourn-him, sunny side up with care.”
“In an article by Le Figaro food critic François McFrench (nee François Simon) about a hotel in Cannes in the part of the New York Times that is purely aspirational not only for a lifestyle but for an era deja passé namely T Magazine, the chef at the Hotel du Cap recalls one morning when the American actress Ms. Sharon Stone ordered some fucked up shit for brekkers.”
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