- n. Northern England alternative spelling of kecks.
“Sopel was really getting his keks in a twist as his skippy trippy voice got higher and higher.”
“Adventurebaby I am cool, he's wearing my keks RT @esquireuk:”
“The driver started honking and had already started pulling out again as I pulled my keks up and scrambled back onto the bus.”
“At this point, my mate who was driving was pissing himself laughing, so I thought "Yeh, job done", and hoiked my keks back up.”
“I whipped my keks down and mooned the Rover as it passed, my buttocks spread wide with my hands and my chocolate starfish pressed up against the cold glass.”
“So I popped my shorts over top only to realise that I'd put my keks on back to front.”
“Fresh from a hot shower and still with plenty of clean clothes, I put on pair of keks that I'd temporality lost in truck locker for few wks, and found b4 Ushuaia.”
“Nearly shed a tear meself then, he's right though, once you start messin in your keks you're better off out of it.”
“Manuel said ... the cousin: just like winston up the street eh? shat his keks and hasn't been seen since .....!”
Looking for tweets for keks.