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From Ned Speak by Stuart McLean Dobber diminutive noun Used in place of ‘penis’ in Ned speak. A Ned never calls his penis (or indeed any penis) a dobber but he does call all his friends dobbers - implying that they are all penises. So in effect he takes pleasure in hanging about with penises - which tends to suggest he’s a bit of a prick himself! Doing excruciating noun A doing is something that is given. Neds tend to give them to random people in the street who are younger, smaller and weaker than themselves. The consequences of receiving a doing are likely to be; a black eye, slashed face, bleeding nose, and broken limbs. Doings are best avoided!
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