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New meanings

I nicked this from Radio 4. Nearly crashed the car when I heard it:

"Language is constantly changing. Here are some everyday words which have aquired new meanings

AWOL – A dyslexic owl
DEFUNCT – To have ones sense of rhythm removed.
DEFINITE – street slang for hard of hearing.
MEASLES – what artists use for self portraits
OFFSET – Statutory body that regulates the homes of Badgers
ONOMATAPEA – First sign of the start of bladder problems
LABURNUM – A French Barbeque
VENUZEULA – A Gondola with a harpoon
UNDETERRED – A skid mark
GOATHERD – An exclamation used when flushing
SCAR TISSUE – A problem when connecting a DVD player to a television."

Any more?
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