A MAN uses the meaningless word ‘bosh’ after doing even the simplest thing, it has emerged.
32-year-old Tom Booker uses the nonsensical term to convey a sense of exaggerated macho pride whenever he does anything from making a cup of tea to closing a car door.
Booker said: “I’ve got a ham sandwich for lunch today – two slices of bread, a bit of butter, some ham, mustard. Bosh.
“I’m going to eat that bad boy then I’m going to say ‘bosh’. Bosh.
“Then it’s back to work until 5pm. That’s when I turn off my computer and get out of my chair – bosh.
“I get in the car bosh – turn the engine on – bosh – then I’m home by quarter to six – bish bash BOSH.
“And so on.”
Booker’s colleague Nikki Hollis said: “I don’t know what bosh means. Is it Greek for ‘please love me, I feel weak and afraid’?”