One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Pain in the back (humorously attributed to overindulgence in sex)‘he arrived with shagger's back, as he announced to the young, mainly female staff’
- ‘People no longer brag about their shagger's back.’
- ‘Why, you're an obvious case of shagger's back. There must be funny business going on.’
- ‘He will be returning this week, after missing last week with his chronic shagger's back causing him to spasm.’
- ‘His shagger's back has caught up with him again!’
- ‘I have shagger's back and a satisfied wife.’
- ‘"Right. Shagger's back, is it, mate?" Dr Bentley's clinic wasn't like the others.’
- ‘I had a patient tell me she was presenting to the ER to see us due to "shagger's back".’
- ‘What you've really got is a case of shagger's back!’
- ‘A number of people had facetiously described Keith's muscular problems as shagger's back.’
- ‘I have a chronic back problem, though sadly not shagger's back.’
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