I’m a Jammiest Bit of Jam!

Who can tell me what I just proclaimed in the title? Well, I am usually described as a lovely young woman… when I’m not on the school run and dashing out at the last minute. Today I share with you a new range of mugs, keyrings and accessories from English Heritage. These are called the Unpleasantries Collection. Inspired by Victorian phrases and words, they give us a bit of nostalgia, and a few choice words to reintroduce to the English language. Lovely!

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“Jammiest Bit of Jam – An absolutely perfect young woman.”

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“Double-breasted water-butt – A man of fine bust, an athlete”

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“Chuckaboo – A nickname given to a close friend”

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