fudge nudger

fudge nudger
Noun. A homosexual male. Derog.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • fudge-nudger — n British a male homosexual. The term was one of many synonyms based on the notion of excrement (others include turd burglar, chutney ferret and jobbie jabber), denot ing active or predatory homosexuality, heard since the 1990s …   Contemporary slang

  • nudger — n a gay male. This pejorative term is a shortened form of fudge nudger …   Contemporary slang

  • Terminology of homosexuality — The terminology of homosexuality has been a contentious issue since the emergence of homosexual social movements in the mid 19th century. As with racial terms within the United States ndash; such as negro , black , colored , and African American… …   Wikipedia

  • chutney-ferret — n British a male homosexual. One of a set of syn onymous phrases (fudge nudger, turd burglar, etc.) based on the faecal aspects of sodomy …   Contemporary slang

  • cocoa-shunter — n British a male homosexual. One of many vulgar isms (fudge nudger, etc.) playing on the notion of sodomy and faeces, this expres sion was used in the TV comedy spoof Brass Eye in March 1997 …   Contemporary slang

  • jobbie-jabber — n British a male homosexual. The term was one of many synonyms denoting active or predatory homosexuality heard since the 1990s. Fudge nudger and turd burglar are synonyms based on the same sup posed association with excrement …   Contemporary slang

  • marmite-driller — n British a male homosexual. The term, one of a set of synonyms including chutney ferret, fudge nudger and turd burglar, was used, e.g., by the British stand up comedian Ben Elton in a monologue in January 1994. The reference is to contact with… …   Contemporary slang

  • uphill gardener — n British a male homosexual. The term is one of many pejorative synonyms (stabber, fudge nudger, rear gunner, etc.) denoting active or predatory homosexuality, heard since the 1990s …   Contemporary slang

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