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  • n. A homeless drunk


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  • Edit Alferd I can confirm that I was lmao when he said the word jakey

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  • Edit Alferd I can confirm that I was lmao when he said the word jakey The Kane thing seemed to be a Super Swerve of the Century.

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  • (A "jakey", for those of you outside Scotland, is a wee old Scottish drunk of the type that doesn't actually ask for money, just waylays you with friendly singing and/or mad rants, often initiated with an "A'righ 'rere by ra way, big man?" and accompanied by the Buckfast bottle/Tennents can salute.)

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  • His inclusion in the series was an obvious ploy by ABC to continue the “drama” of the Bachelor….and to carry over “jakey” fans like Carol the poster above.

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  • Brooke Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 04: 23 AM EST love jacob to pieces but it's gotta be TEAM EDWARD!!! or bella couldve had jakey and i would quite happily have taken edward off her hands for her ....

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  • But on a positive note his jacket wasn't too badly damaged and has since been donated to a jakey in Hunter Square '.


  • View It » jakey, you really have it out for me don't ya?

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  • Tenlons F (7: 53: 29 PM): i played my first LA show back OCT19 w / cat hair ensemble, a year before i had moved back to LA, at mrts but i didnt know anybody, and i wasnted aware of the magic. but then the next year, i met, launderground, downtown / union / nate forrest and lisa, mary, eli and jakey heartbreak. jillinda, wendy and more all from MRTS

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  • jakey: Yes, I know he never submitted the long form version.

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  • All that wealth and privilege in the hands of a few while the streets were full of the dispossessed, the beggars, the jakies, the mad.
    Kate Atkinson, Case Histories (New York: Little Brown & Co., 2004), p. 162.

    May 30, 2016

  • "Jakey's Gin" by Great Big Sea.

    February 9, 2008