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Posted 6/2/16 , edited 6/2/16

DazaiShinju wrote:

It's a buggy. As in, a seat on wheels that you push babies around in.
Anyway, it's an expression used in England to describe a person who is having a bit of a tantrum.



The entirety of my brit-slang knowledge comes from Top Gear and Sherlock and I don't remember either using that one.
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thekevin4 wrote:

The entirety of my brit-slang knowledge comes from Top Gear and Sherlock and I don't remember either using that one.


We have a wealth of slang and sayings. Top Gear probably has you covered if you want to sound like somebodies slightly racist flirty dad, and Sherlock...
Well, it's just a great show. Top marks there.

Technically Pram is short for Perambulator, but even we decided that was too fancy.



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