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  • n. An item worn by strippers to conceal the nipples.
  • n. A type of seasoned meat pie, usually of a semicircular or distinctive shape.
  • n. A circular, battered and deep-fried meat pie usually consisting of minced pork, onion, potato and seasoning and served in a bap or with chips. A peculiarity of Northern Irish "chippy" cuisine, rarely (if ever) seen outside the area.


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  • How I loved to listen by the hour to the stories of those grilling days -- up at four in the pitch-dark and snow, to crawl to his job, with the blessing of a dear old Scotch landlady and a "pastie"!

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  • Uploaded on January 18, 2010 to make a hobo pastie all you need is buger, tin foil and any vedgies like potatos carrots celery ect. rap it in tin foil and put it in hot coals wait 20-30min and its done use what ever spieces and other stuff to make to your likeing.

    hobo pasties

  • I like it - it looks like my body with muscles airbrushed over my pastie white flesh but that gate and arm swing (Not the floppy wrists) good stuff - keep up the great work.

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  • Campari is turning 150, and they celebrated the momentous birthday Sunday night at the Bowery Hotel in a an artistic celebration replete with James Franco singing, pastie-filled performances, and of course specialty cocktails prepared by notable bartenders, all benefiting the United States Bartending Guild.

    Campari's 150th Birthday Party: Pastie-Filled Performances & James Franco Sings (PHOTOS)

  • But there's just something very cut and pastie about the way they sound that kind of reeks of astroturf.

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  • These HD broadcasts are ostensibly bringing in new, younger audiences, but some pastie-covered breasts — used in the production to telegraph "edgy" "sensuality" — are apparently beyond the pale.

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  • In the grand musical tradition of Lil 'Kim's 1999 MTV VMA pastie and Jennifer Lopez's plunging green Grammy gown in 2000, Sunday night's MTV Video ... var news_amount = 4;

    Who Has The Best Chest In Hollywood? (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • You'd bring in a bag with the order written on it mine was always a pastie - the once a fortnight I was allowed to have it that is! and they'd deliver it to the classroom at lunchtime.


  • That's right, not only was I getting scanned, but I got to wear my own little pastie!

    Nipple: The Final Chapter (With Pictures, Even!)

  • The famous pastes of Real del Monte, Hidalgo, are still baked in this type oven, using the original pastie recipe brought by British miners in the 1800's.

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  • The usual spelling in Australia of "pasty", a small pie or turnover backed without a dish, often linked to Cornwall.

    June 24, 2009

  • Hmm. There's nothing pasty about a good pastie.

    September 25, 2008

  • It's listed as pasty, yarb. Probably by a Wordy. ;-)

    September 25, 2008

  • How can this not have been listed before? The Cornish pastie is without doubt the acme of British cuisine.

    September 25, 2008

  • My uncle, who's the genealogist among us, says the first generation of our family (paternal side) emigrated to Australia from Devon, although they had also lived in Cornwall. Can do!

    September 25, 2008

  • Having lived in Cornwall, 'bie, 'twould have to be a Cornish Pastie, please. And not some git's pasty, either! Ta.

    September 25, 2008

  • Song quotation on bourgeoisie.

    September 25, 2008

  • Ooh, I'm the first to list this! Would you like a fresh-baked pastie, gangerh?

    September 25, 2008