Words Brits use that Americans don't?

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  1. Candy Gal

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    HAPPY as Larry
     
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  2. marcco

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    go for a spin in the jam jar
     
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  3. Candy Gal

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    Wait until the cows come home
     
  4. marcco

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    your driving me round the bend,,,,,up the wall ,round the twist
     
  5. Candy Gal

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    yOU WILL have your sister's eye out. lol
     
  6. marcco

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    by hook or by crook
     
  7. Candy Gal

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    Fannying around.
     
  8. marcco

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    why aye man (Newcastle)
     
  9. Candy Gal

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    Poxy virus
     
  10. marcco

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    Brucey bonus
     
  11. marcco

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    telling porkies
     
  12. marcco

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    by a country mile
     
  13. Candy Gal

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    Farty pants
     
  14. fem_fatale

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    My dad says “ In the name of Pete “ when he’s angry. I’ve always wondered if it was meant to be Pete or peat. He’s Irish after all. Lol
     
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  15. Candy Gal

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    Never heard that Fem, but the Irish need a thread of their own. x
     
  16. marcco

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    a hot toddy
     
  17. marcco

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    a wee dram
     
  18. Alonso376

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    Yank cowboys
     
  19. Candy Gal

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    Billy Bullshit
     
  20. Outdoor Sport

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    Jeez-O-Pete.
    Ow-chihuahua
    Uff da
    Oh you betcha
    Holy buckets

    these are American phrases
     

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