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To have a look at....
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Knickers, panties - E.G. "Her drawers were the size of Cork"
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From an old anti smoking advert

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Idle talk or excuses - e.g. "Don't give me any of your guff"
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Staying away from home, usually a child - e.g. "He's been on gur since Saturday"
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Feeling really sick
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Having to much to do and not enough time to do it.
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Tired, exhausted - e.g. "We're all jaded after it"
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When you try to show off and it backfires this is used by your comrades as a form of 'in your face' retort

Specific English translation is 'Tough luck old chap'

See also 'Up your Dick' &'That'll tighten ye'