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Chris -- 2015-05-30
Speaking of refocused insults: the web has more than a hundred examples of “noisy parker” for “nos(e)y parker.”
A nosey parker is someone who pries into the affairs of other in an unwelcome way. The phrase first appeared in the late 19th century. It’s .
Presumably a noisy parker is an intrusive person who pries a bit too loudly.
: “I’m sorry that I even tryed talking to you guys, reading back at the comments, you lot made me sound as a *noisy parker*”
: “this is a prime example of why i posted a post asking people to fill out profile or be specific. not being a noisy parker but how can anyone answer this post. without knowing a little bit about the poster .”
: “Just another noisy parker question from me I am afraid!! ”
Those noisy parkers should really keep their snouts out of other people’s business.
Busy bodiers or shuld i cal dem nosy porker or enemies of progress,what i belive is dat anybody who dont apprieciate good tins,good tins wil neva com his/her way.Uche n Eliot carry on no shakin.bt mak una remba 2 put God 1st in evrytin.
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The utility of this framework for the current review is somewhat limited because most studies of CCTV schemes have tended to collect only data that can explore the you’ve been framed and effective deployment mechanisms, and sometimes the publicity (general), publicity (specific) and nosy porker mechanisms.
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A recasting of “nosey parker” that makes some sense is , with poker referring to people who poke their noses into the business of others.