arsehole to breakfast time

Definitions

Slang

  • adjective completely disorganised, ‘at sixes and sevens’. A picturesque, if fundamentally meaningless expression sometimes heard in Britain, especially in the north of England.
  • adjective thoroughly, constantly, or the full distance as, for instance, in the expression ‘he kicked him from arsehole to breakfast time’. This may be an allusion to the complete digestive process (breakfast time referring to the mouth), but the origins of the phrase are obscure.
  • adverb completely disorganised, ‘at sixes and sevens’. A picturesque, if fundamentally meaningless expression sometimes heard in Britain, especially in the north of England.
  • adverb thoroughly, constantly, or the full distance as, for instance, in the expression ‘he kicked him from arsehole to breakfast time’. This may be an allusion to the complete digestive process (breakfast time referring to the mouth), but the origins of the phrase are obscure.
http://www.dictionarycentral.com/definition/arsehole-to-breakfast-time.html