berk, a woman, helps Gibson look marginally less like a dangerous, fire-breathing misogynist.
Well, you can have the support of berk's voice; I am sure it is big enough.
Here's something else for your consideration, Linda: berk Matthews went with me.
Whether I have them for supper or not is my look out, you tell Mr. berk.
"berk would have bolted in through the kitchen," she commented.
berk and I very seldom see one another; in fact, I have not laid eyes on him for weeks.
If berk takes up your case, you may be sure of honest dealing, at least.
And now, I suppose you know berk is off duck-shooting, and that is another delay for you.
They were dumbfounded, that was all and, no doubt, berk is busy.
"Well, I wouldn't give up this early in the game," berk continued his pleading.
"fool," 1936, abbreviation of Berkshire Hunt (or Berkeley Hunt), rhyming slang for cunt but typically applied only to contemptible persons, not to the body part.
This is not an objective, anatomical term, neither does it imply coitus. It connects with that extension of meaning of the unprintable, a fool, or a person whom one does not like. ["Dictionary of Rhyming Slang," 1960]