I just used this word in a sentence.
I told a customer they could drop their suit in for a tittoo, you know like a joosh. Just a bit of a tidy up, like fluffing cushions.
They asked me what language it was and I googled it presuming it was there, somewhere: It wasn't.
Apparently it means a tattoo on your breast.
Am I the only one who uses this word in that way ?
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