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shag

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1. a napped fabric, usually a rough wool
2. shredded coarse tobacco

shag

2
another name for the green cormorant (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
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In one he had boasted, "We are all top shaggers" and another stated, "There was a lot of spit roasting going on last night fellas".
So far there have been dalliances with arch shaggers Harry Styles and Steve Jones.
Not knowing this when I went on a golf trip many moons ago, you can imagine I was left gobsmacked for a few hours when walking past the hotel and being greeted by a huge sign: "The Hilton Myrtle Beach welcomes golfers and shaggers." They probably know in Newport one particular member of the American team is staying across the road at the Celtic Manor Resort Hotel and would never see that particular welcome sign.
Irishman Lenny shrugged off the boos and insults and smiled: "If only those sheep shaggers would shut up!"
Maybe it's just me but has anybody noticed that we're surrounded by the little shaggers?
Olding was asked about a WhatsApp message he sent to a group of friends, including Jackson, after the alleged attack in which he said: "We are top shaggers."
In the second week of The SP's exclusive serialisation, Quinn lifts the lid on his time in PRISON, and the true extent of his GAMBLING and DRINKING."Footballers like to think they are boss drinkers, boss gamblers and boss shaggers. During my career, I got a reputation for all three" - MICK QUINN.
"And when you think of all the new shaggers now like Harry Styles and Doctor Who it is quite an achievement."
In a sport littered with serial shaggers and lowlifes, here, at last, was a decent guy.
Concert Lizzie O'Dowd and the Sheep Shaggers, 8:30-11:30 p.m.