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noodles1631 wrote:

like what? i'm still alive aren't i? england is boring!! nothing ever happens here, oh apart from the earthquake!! i woke up and ran outside with a book thinking someone was trying to break in. 5. something on ricker scale!!



lmfao. you are stupid. Well, if you lived in London then you might be dead by now. Now, let's hope Rob will be alive
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Im English and I dunno some of them!!
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thats not slang douche nozzle is
Posted 3/2/08
I know em all and more :O

Posted 3/2/08

zen03y wrote:

thats not slang douche nozzle is


what the hell is douche nozzle? lol

*sigh* noodles wants me to mention about what is said about a girl with a flat chest.

"Her boobs are as flat as two fried eggs on an ironing board," ... huhuhu..

There! I said it!... XD

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british slang is annoying, my boss is from the north ( im in the south) and sometimes i can hardly understand what hes saying
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absobloodylootely: absolutely
after: bars open after normal closing time
all over the gaff: unorganized
arse: butt
arse-over-tit: drunk
ballistic: wild
bangers: sausages
barmy: crazy
behave: more! (Think Austin Powers.)
bob: shilling
blimey!: Oh geez!
bloke: a male
bobby: policeman
brilliant!: great! awesome!
cabbage: a slow person
cack: crap (What a load of cack, mate!)
cakehole: mouth (Shut your cakehole!)
Charlie: crack, cocaine
chips: french fries
chunder: to throw up
ciggy: cigarette
claret: blood (They were copping it up, claret all over the place!)
cop a feel: to feel someone up
to cop it: to get in trouble
copper: policeman
Crikey!: My God!
damage: cost
Dicky: feeling unwell
doddle: something easy (It was a doddle to get the Charlie.)
dodgy: shady
done over: beat up (He was done over by that bloke.)
Doris: a plain woman
dosh: money
duck and dive: to run from the police
earner: a dishonest laborer
eppy: a fit
faced: drunk
five finger discount: shoplifting
flim-flam: crap (Cut out this flim-flam, you wanker!)
flippin: freakin'
folding: paper pound-notes
For crying out loud!: For God's sake!
Frenchy: a french kiss
full monty: the entire take, all that is desired
funny farm: a mental institution
gab: to talk a lot
gander: to look at
geezer: an old man
get the nod: to get permission
git: an unlikeable person
gob: mouth
goppin': gross
greaser: a 50's style person, usually a man
grub: food
gutted: choked up (He was gutted at the funeral, mate.)
hacked off: annoyed (He was really hacked off at that copper.)
having it off: a term for intercourse
headcase: a nutcase
hold it down: keep the noise down, control yourself
hooter: nose
ickle: small, tiny (I like that an ickle bit, mate.)
iffy: doubting, doubtful
in stook: in financial trouble (Your uncle's in stook, mate.)
inside: imprisoned (Barry's inside again.)
jammy: lucky
jar: a pint of beer
jock: a Scottish man
jugs: breasts
juiced up: very drunk
kick it off: start something, a fight with another Brit perhaps
kip: sleep (I need some kip, mate.)
knackered: tired
knock-up: to wake someone up
lairy: loud, brash
larging it: to live large
lip: smart talk
loaded: very rich
lock-in: a term for late-hours in a pub
lolly: money
lost the plot: gone mad (That nutter's completely lost the plot!)
malarkey: stuff and nonsense (What a load of malarkey!)
mate: address for a friend
mental: crazy
miffed: fed up
minger: an unattractive girl
mint: great condition (That's mint, mate.)
mitts: hands
monkey: 500 pounds
moose: an ugly girl
mullered: drunk
munch: food (Time for munch, mate!)
naff: nasty, in poor taste (That's naff!)
nipper: a small child
nosh: food
nugget: a pound coin
nutter: a crazy person
offie: a place where off-license alcohol is sold
off your face: very drunk
out of the tree: nuts
parky: chilly (Parky weather today.)
plank, a fool
ponce: a slacker
ramped: drunk
rat-arsed: drunk
readies: cash on hand (Have any readies? I'm all out.)
ruck: a fight
rug: wig
salt: a loose woman
scrounge: to begg food, materials
shafted: screwed, betrayed
shag: sexual intercourse
shell-like: ear (Can I have a word in your shell-like?)
skirt: a young woman
snog: a french kiss
squire: a term for a working man
sussed out: figured out
tanked: drunk
toerag: a tramp
tom: a prostitute
tooled: drunk
top!: wonderful
trainspotter: a nerd, geek
trots: an upset stomach
up for it: enthusiastically available
up the duff: pregnant
wank: to masturbate
wedge: money
wind up: to tease

there we go :p

some quiet old but this one is a killer

five finger discount: shoplifting - I <3 it a lot
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BubbleGumx wrote:


zen03y wrote:

thats not slang douche nozzle is


what the hell is douche nozzle? lol



um...iono. at first my friend kept saying it (nobody knew what it was). i asked him what it meant and he said he doesnt know and he got it from his brother. so, i started using it everyday and then i heard it in a movie. its something like "more offensive than douchebag"
Posted 3/2/08

zen03y wrote:


BubbleGumx wrote:


zen03y wrote:

thats not slang douche nozzle is


what the hell is douche nozzle? lol



um...iono. at first my friend kept saying it (nobody knew what it was). i asked him what it meant and he said he doesnt know and he got it from his brother. so, i started using it everyday and then i heard it in a movie. its something like "more offensive than douchebag"


... Awesome. That's going in the book.
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I love it when Alex Turner cusses in Teddy Picker. <3
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Theres no such thing as just british slang because it depends where ur from..people in london and the south speak different to those in the north i.e they say 'cob' meaning a roll or bap n southeners don't say duck..it doesn't sound right on us and also its quite hard 2 understand northeners in my opinion
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blasiancutie wrote:

Theres no such thing as just british slang because it depends where ur from..people in london and the south speak different to those in the north i.e they say 'cob' meaning a roll or bap n southeners don't say duck..it doesn't sound right on us and also its quite hard 2 understand northeners in my opinion


i know what you mean, i had an r.e teacher from newcastle once. none of the class knew what she was saying, and she would get really mad and talk even faster and even more geordie-ish.



more everyday slang:

choccy woccy doodah: chocolate- usually a curly wurly
duffing up: light beating up
ditherspaz/ spaz attack: when someone goes a bit loopy
doody/ diddly: neat/ cool
muntered/ paralytic/ sh*tfaced/pissed: to get drunk
twit: idiot
ponce: posh git
prat: annoying git
thingybobby: thing
dog's bollocks: something great
johnny: condom [ the sex ed video we saw in school had a cartoon condom called johnny condom in it. :D]
rubber: eraser
biro: ballpoint pen
town: ctiy centre
biscuit: cookie
irn bru: mad scottish drink- full of sugar, will have a toddler bouncing off the walls in seconds
brew: tea
hob-nob: king of biscuits, sort of oaty and digestivey with chocolate on the back- good for dunking in tea
squid/ quid/ bob: pound
bleedin' heck: same as bloody hell
wc: toilet/ bathroom


i love putting words inside words like fandabbydosey/ fanbloodytastic. <3
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I heard that the phrase "I'm stuffed" in North America which refers to being full...actually has a whole different meaning in England. Apparently, it refers to being 'sexually satisfied'. Can you imagine if you said that after having dinner with a whole bunch of Brits? LOL
Posted 3/2/08
My ex taught me this: Bollocks = balls?.. Am I right? lmfao.
Posted 3/2/08

-KRISELLE- wrote:

I heard that the phrase "I'm stuffed" in North America which refers to being full...actually has a whole different meaning in England. Apparently, it refers to being 'sexually satisfied'. Can you imagine if you said that after having dinner with a whole bunch of Brits? LOL


thats not true.....we use stuffed in the same way, not as a sexual reference.


also bollocks does mean balls, but it can also mean rubbish/crap or another way of saying sh*t.
eg. "Did you know pigs can fly now?" response..."What a load of bollocks!" (rubbish)
eg. *person trips over a curb "BOLLOCKS" ....like oops/sh*t
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