big bloke

big bloke

A regional term for cocaine.
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"We'll be able to carry one big bloke, whether we'll be able to carry Pauli Pauli, Keegan Hirst and David Fifita at the same time, we'll have to have a look at that as the season goes on.
"He is a big bloke who is determined to work hard and I'm sure he'll be a great addition to the team."
Meanwhile, over in Nuremberg, her 27-year-old son will be more concerned by the big bloke standing in front of him.
In all honesty he moves, for a big bloke, really well" Comedian Joe Pasquale on Ed Balls "Our media's taken leave of its senses.
In all honesty he moves, for a big bloke, really well" - Comedian Joe Pasquale on Ed Balls.
I spotted Jude Law doing bench-press ups with another really big bloke."
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.
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 PS19.4million.
He showed fine pace, had super hands for a big bloke and took the ball well in the line-out.
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.
The best bits would always be Croft serving up something utterly unhelpful like, "Adrian, can you see The Interceptor?" 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.
Now that's what I call a big bloke. How would he get into the cab?