- n. A type of sweet orange, normally seedless.
- n. slang An impotent or infertile male. The term comes from the "seedless" orange
- n. cricket A ball that is very difficult for the batsman to hit because it moves erratically either through the air or off the pitch
- n. New Zealand A type of confectionery consisting of a sphere of chocolate in a red casing.
- From Jaffa, an ancient port city in Israel from where the oranges were exported. (Wiktionary)
“Purifying Blemish Gel (blemishes/pimples/cuts) - 22.95 jaffa LIP balm - 9.95 bronzing dust - 28.95”
“Complain because your husband had been eating your ginger nut and jaffa cake body wash.”
“Wash entire rest of body with ginger nut and jaffa cake body wash.”
“January 27, 2009 2: 59 PM jaffa said ... you should check out www. danzen.com quite good. super blog. really super.”
“It's like listening to Radio Two: there's no chance of anyone you've never heard of popping up and making you drop your jaffa cake.”
“Today 18.03.08 jaffa cakes and christianity for which I am obviously the top reference alistair darling wanker for which I am reference 2 despite never calling him a wanker”
“Recently I have had: scotland sheep sex for which I am the top reference objects AND sex for which I am reference 40 victoria derbyshire is crap? for which I am reference 2 jaffa cakes and christianity for which I am obviously the top reference alistair darling wanker for which I am reference 2 despite never calling him a wanker”
“One more interesting Google search term that has lead someone to my site recently: enoch powell jaffa cakes - For which this blog comes 1st, but why would anyone search for Enoch Powell and Jaffa Cakes?”
“Further to my blog about the vat rating of jaffa cakes and teacakes, I read that The UK Treasury is facing a £3. 5m bill, because of VAT wrongly imposed on a Marks and Spencer teacake, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.”
“Two accurate bouncers, one a no-ball, and the other, a jaffa, rising from just short of a length and jagging into Nazir and taking the edge, reminded the cricketing world what it had been missing.”
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