Discussion in 'U.K.' started by Candy Gal, Jan 10, 2020.
Kind of like marching to a different drummer
Or off in la la land
Round the twist
Too many to respond to each, so a group Like. How do you like them apples?
It’s funny that we all know what knickers are but nobody ever uses the word. In fact when I hear an American say knicker my first thought is the sound that a horse makes which is different than a neigh or a whinny
Knickers and arse are two of my favorite British words. I sometimes use them myself.
We also have knackers.
Gone to the knackers yard.
I think that is where they sent old horses
My favorite is the different use of the word “fanny “ . A simple slap on the fanny here is sexual assault there. Hahaha
Oiy cheeky girl. A fanny is a vagina in the UK. Lol
Kind of brings a whole new thought to the item called a Fanny pack
We don't have them. Lol
We used to have bum bags.
I guess that’s better than a baggy bum lol
“ kiss my fanny “ also takes on a whole new meaning.
You naughty girl. Lol
“I'm knackered!” meaning: “I'm tired.”
Butt is also used for archery target practise.
Naff meaning not impressed
Scouse words and phrases that will never get old
One for the old school scousers but its making a comeback! There’s nothing more lovely than hearing your nan, mum, aunties and basically any woman older than you, call you Queen. What a privilege.
Me Mum and R Baby
It’s not possible to simply say…’yes mum will have a glass of prosecco too’ in scouse. It’s more like ‘Me mum said she’ll have a glass of prosecco as well’. And Our Baby! ‘Awww have you seen our baby in her new school uniform?’ ‘Did you see our baby dressed as a pumpkin for Halloween.’ We truly take ownership of out family, that’s what we call love.
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