That’s what chins are for

(phr.) Used after one has taken criticism to somehow make things seem better. Bear shoulders

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The Big issue (fuck off get a job)

(n.) The principle factor effecting the situation.

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There or thereabouts

(phr.) Used to justify not applying any more effort to improve a less than perfect solution. Good enough for government work

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Thin out

(v.) To leave somewhere subtly. cf. Stack, SID, Make like a, Depart the fix, Bang out

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Thing of beauty

(n.) Something that the speaker approves of.

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Think outside the box

(phr.) To come up with an original idea that is not the obvious solution.

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This callsign

(n. R.T.) The person speaking. Eg “This ~ will not be attending that briefing”.

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Threaders

(adj.) 1. Angry. 2. Tired, often used with the amplifier Harry. Redders

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Throw a teddy out of the cot

(v.) To become very upset about something.

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Tick in the box

(n.) Completion of a small step or qualification in a large chain of events, often seen as routine.

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Tick V.G.

(adj.) A particular thing was accomplished particularly well. V

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