- n. Plural form of kipper.
“But others, who have been dubbed kippers - "kids in parents 'pockets" - are, say the demographers, staying through choice.”
“adult-kids" said they couldn't afford to buy or rent their own home, others were choosing to become "kippers" - kids in parents 'pockets.”
“In 2003 a report from the British Prudential financial-services group awarded the 6.8 million British in this category the mocking name of "kippers" — "kids in parents 'pockets eroding retirement savings.”
“But alas, in spite of all this, when I had read that speech I thought with a heavy heart that there was one more thing that I had to add to the list of the specially English things, such as kippers and cricket; I had to add the specially English kind of humbug.”
“It's a couple in their early 20s and I show them around and tell them that my neighbours are lovely even though every Sunday they stink the communal hallway out with the smell of kippers.”
“Oranges, smoked kippers, tea, acai juice, and bird in the nest (which she calls Egyptian Eyeball, for reasons that will be obvious to the casual observer) in cranberry-almond bread, with harissa.”
“This often banded about phrase of belittlement, where someone states the truth is “suspected” or accused of wearing a tin foil hat, and/or “talking to light switches”, or even “kippers in the fridge” … ..”
“I have always wanted to make this with flaked, cooked kippers or possibly with mussels, steamed and pulled from their shells.”
“If I have the kippers now then it's quiche for tea.”
“The smoked kippers no doubt were left over from some Wodehouse novel I read back when I was young and impressionable, as was my first brie.”
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Words associated with Chappism.
A list of good breaky; kind of a no-brainer.
Also, I just thought I'd say thanks for adding all of your favourite breakfasts, even if half of 'em don't sound like the're actualy food,...
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