very boring, or miserable.

old english phrase dating back to the 1700s, which plays on the double meaning of dull (boring/opaque).

modern english and american english also uses the phrase "dull as dishwater", probably evolved through mispronounciation and familiarity with the latter.
"andy has a new girlfriend but i can't understand why, she is as dull as ditchwater"

"wear the purple one, that black dress is dull as ditchwater"
miss moo tarafından 24 Mart 2006, Cuma

Ücretsiz Günlük Email

ücretsiz Günün Sokak Argosunu her sabah almak için aşağıya email adresinizi yazın

Emailler, daily@urbandictionary.com adresinden gönderilir. Asla spam mail göndermeyiz.

×