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- If it is real (big "if") then it definitely should not be the first definition. SemperBlotto 16:19, 20 October 2011 (UTC)
- Rearranged definitions, moving definitions involving bothering others first, and putting the questionable definition last in line. I've done a few googles but have yet to find a confirmation for this sense. ~ Robin 11:13, 25 October 2011 (UTC)
Why does this phrase pop up a few times in the HBO series "True Detective" if it is primarily UK or Australian/New Zealand lingo? We know about "lift" and "water closet" in the U.S. but we never refer to elevators and bathrooms that way.