big bloke

big bloke

A regional term for cocaine.
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I watched the film 'Being AP' this week and thoroughly enjoyed it despite getting off to a bad start some big bloke at the door ripped my ticket in half.
Wales continue in the tired old fashion of sending up one big bloke to be met by a wall of expectant, grateful tacklers.
The Manchester-based business, which uses ex-cricketer Andrew Flintoff to plug its Jacamo big bloke clothing range, saw half-year profits tumble 54% to PS19.
The Manchester business, who use ex-cricketer Andrew Flintoff to plug their Jacamo big bloke clothing range, saw half-year profits tumble 54 per cent to PS19.
He was a big bloke and I was stuck in traffic and couldn't escape.
I think when you're a big bloke and you've got presence that says enough.
He showed fine pace, had super hands for a big bloke and took the ball well in the line-out.
He's a big bloke and after a few seconds of grappling, he gripped Bobby Gould in a headlock and then flung him across the circle on to the floor.
He said: "There I am, a big bloke, it's a week before filming and I'm practising walking in high heels round my house.
Last night delivery driver Mr Noble, who is 6ft 2in tall, said: "I'm quite a big bloke and I think that saved me.
Ronnie was on the floor with a big bloke on top of him and people were throwing glasses and tables.
just as the camera cuts to a small, red-faced librarian-type in a jump-suit puffing wildly as he's hunted down like a dog across Sussex farmland by some big bloke dressed like The Matrix's haberdasher.