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Code for a nice set of boobs.

The etymology (ooooh, I know big words :-D) of this word starts with the need to avoid the use of the word 'Rack' (so as to alert a friend to a lovely set of bazookas WITHOUT the target being alerted). Thus (-> = becomes):-

Rack -> Tray (Vague) -> Milk Tray (Breasts) -> Cadburys' (as in 'All because the lady HAS....).
That's a nice set of Cadburys'...
dodane przez ratherNot kwiecień 29, 2006
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1. A manufacturer of chocolates. Their famous slogan is that each of their blocks of chocolate contains 'a glass and a half of millk.'
2. A person who is easily affected by alcohol. This is based on the Cadbury 'glass and a half' slogan (ie: it only takes this person a glass and a half to get drunk!)
1. "I just had some Cadbury chocolate. Nice stuff'
2. "Haha, that girl is such a cadbury."
dodane przez aneurysm1985 lipiec 04, 2004
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2.
Any individual who cannot hold their liquor; i.e. gets drunk on a glass and a half.
'You fucking cadbury.'
dodane przez Daemon sierpień 17, 2003
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3.
Cadbury - Someone who succumbs easily to the efects of alchohol.
reflector is such a cadbury! He only had 2 stubbies and he was seeing pink elephants
dodane przez Clontarf_X czerwiec 01, 2003
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4.
Someone who gets drunk off a small amount of alcohol. Comes from Cadbury chocolate which is famous for having a glass and a half of milk in it. 'Cadbury's' only need a glass and a half (or similarly small quantity) to get drunk.
Jane is such a cadbury. She was drunk after her 2 glasses of wine last night.
dodane przez divulger of slang sierpień 18, 2010
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5.
A candy company that makes superior-quality sweets and chocolates.
Try the Cadbury Crunchie(tm) bar. It's crisp, crunchie, it goes CRRRRRR!!! in your mouth.
dodane przez Yummy listopad 07, 2003
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British chocolate. Made by a company that's been around for 300 years.
I tried a Cadbury chocolate bar, and I never ate anything from Hershey again.
dodane przez Matthew B. październik 16, 2003
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