I'm looking for some input on an idea for a new term I've been bouncing around my mind for a little while. I'm going to reveal it a little later on in the post, but for now please read attentively while I provide some background. It's a combination of the classic "wet noodle", and Deano's choice, "nugget". "Wet noodle" has been a long time favourite of the Great British public, but as we all know, these things tend to lose their potency with the passage of time as newer, fresher terms make their way into the vernacular. The same can also be said for "nugget", however I feel this one also has the added downside of being used by a fairly exclusive subsection of the population. The people want something new - nay - they need it. This is where my phrase comes in. It packs a similar connotation and all the punch of the raw materials from which I've crafted it, but has the added bonus of being new and exciting, and having that mass appeal that will lend it every chance of, if my calculations are correct, becoming one of the most popular terms in the British language.
I can now reveal that the term is "wet nugget". I'm granting you all the privilege of using it as you see fit, and in fact you, yes you, may just become instrumental in its establishment.
*finishes shuffling papers*
What do you think?