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Definition funny of Skea:
Verb. To denigrate the place of your birth on the basis that the third world hell hole in which you presently live is much better when the reality is that it is simply slightly warmer.
I Skea Croydon, Brasil is slightly warmer.
Slang term for yeah
Awww skea son!
A form of Tea made from Skunk (Marijuana). It is generally made by those who buy Illegal Skunk and cut the corner of a tea bag off, they then pour out some of the crushed tea leaves already contained in the bag and replace them with broken down Marijuana leaves, then sew up the bag. This drink is then formed by placing the, now, Skea-bag into a cup or mug of boiling water and left to ferment, like Tea. The effects are as expected from Marijuana and the brew is often choke-inducing but the taste is described as "Nice with two sugars but no milk."
"I got some skunk, lets make some Skea man." "You know what would be bangin'? Some Skea man!" "This Skea has got me fucked man."
Songs about Skea:
Nanny & Andrew, Stout's Trip Skea, Tam'er When da Sna Comes by Chris Stout Quintet from the Album Devils Advocate
Books about Skea:
One more milestone: Jim Skea examines the Energy White Paper issued earlier this year, looking at whether it is... by Jim Skea (Jul 31, 2005)
Turn of the Tide by Margaret Skea (2012) Paperback by Margaret Skea (1010)
Vincent's Trees: Paintings and Drawings by Van Gogh by Ralph Skea (2013) Hardcover by Ralph Skea (1000)
Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low-Carbon Energy System by Skea, Jim, Ekins, Paul, Winskel, Mark... (1000)
Vincent's Gardens: Paintings and Drawings by Van Gogh by Ralph Skea (2011) Hardcover (1000)
Vincent's Trees: Paintings and Drawings by Van Gogh by Skea, Ralph (2013) Hardcover (1111)
Wiki information Skea:
Skea is a small village and townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 114 people in the 2001 Census. It lies within the Fermanagh District Council area.
David Frederick Skea was a Scottish association football player of the 1890s.