Discussion in 'U.K.' started by Candy Gal, Jan 10, 2020.
And Fanny’s your aunt
Thank you. Sautering/soddering drives me wild. There’s a l there so use it! Like soldiering but without the first i
what gets my goat is ..... on this occasion!
In English English at least, that term hasn’t been used for many years. Butts are mounds of earth used as targets. These days, it’s simply a target on a stand, no butts needed
clever dick lol
I have as it happens
Candys travels - Eastbourne then Dover
just like that only more keen
You are making me larf. x
It’s a rare talent but I do try
you are as crazy as me. lol
I’ll take that as a huge compliment. You must be a sexy bugger too
fender = bumper
Huh, bragging again !!! - The 'Long Man of Wilmington' is more that 100 metres tall and his manhood is approximately 20 metres - I'm sure your manhood is not more that 20 metres tall !!!
boot = trunk
US: small, fiddly stuff. UK: gubbins ( I watch a considerable number of UK programs here in the US )
"...what gets my goat is..."
Here in the Southern states of the US, mostly in the rural, backwoods areas, there are a lot of 'anglo-saxon' phrases still in use. That's one of them.
I'm gonna get stomped on for this, but:
"Canada could have had British culture, French food, and American technology.
Instead, they wound up with British food, French technology, and American culture."
we are all cwazy
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