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  1. Gakora Reply

    Jan 01,  · Spitting Feathers by Kelly Harte released on Feb 23, is available now for purchase. Paperback, pages Published February 23rd by Red Dress Ink (first published January 1st )/5.

  2. Kishicage Reply

    Excellent service friendly, knowledgeable about his products for anyone who requires home brew services then Spitting Feathers is a must. Thanks for your help. D. Hayes. Highly Recommended. Love this place everything you need for a great home brew the owner is a true gent and has loads of advice and tips highly recommend.

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  4. Balabar Reply

    be spitting feathers 1. slang To be thirsty. Come on, man, I'm spitting feathers here—can't we stop for a drink? 2.

  5. JoJomuro Reply

    Spitting-feathers. i) To be very thirsty, usually for a nice cup of tea (or cuppa). - A metaphor for the mouth being so dry it feels like it's full of feathers. ii) To be very angry - foaming at the mouth. - With the flecks of saliva flying from the mouth (when enraged) being likened to feathers. i) Aw man, after swigging that salt I'm spitting-feathers.

  6. Grozuru Reply

    Released after Thom Yorke 's acclaimed album The Eraser, the Spitting Feathers EP finds the Radiohead frontman further mining that laptop outing's spare, melancholy vein.

  7. Micage Reply

    Many people, especially those under 50 years of age, are clear what 'spitting feathers' means to them, that is, 'angry, or agitated'. Some also attempt to explain the derivation of that meaning as arising from the imagery of someone foaming at the mouth when angry, or even of losing feathers like an agitated bird in a cockfight.

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    Spitting Feathers. 16 Wyndham Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland.

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