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  • n. Alternative form of brekker.


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  • Ai duz nawt ewezhully eets brekkers awn werk daze, but ai can bringz sum buddered towst wiht bwakberree jamz.

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  • 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. - Articles related to Russian cargo vessel misses space station

  • Today I was having my brekkers when a kind fellow rang the bell to tell me I'd left my keys in the lock.

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  • 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."

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  • Notification of Holding bought more into the dip and waiting for a very small bounce to take another profit. full english brekkers too.yumyum. locked in here there and almost everywhere. .much patience required.


  • Ken, that brekkers in the picture looks lip smackin’ good!

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  • 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.

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  • 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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