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    06-23-2011 10:06 AM #1 North / North-east London slang and phrases [UPDATED]

    Slang:
    Chi-Chi man = Gay
    Peng = Hot girl / boy
    Butters = Ugly girl / boy
    Bang tidy = Hot girl / boy
    Boooookie = Ugly
    Don = The daddy / awesome guy / the shit / the best
    Piff = Hot girl
    Baty 'boy' / 'man' = Gay boy
    Fam = Family / close friend / friend / same race as you
    Gas / Gassing = Lie / Not telling the truth
    Peak = Sad times / sad for you
    Bruv = Brother / mate / friend
    Rep / Repping = Representing / Following


    Phrases:
    Smash = When someone tells you to do something and you do it.. E.g ; Sit down *Person sits down*. SMASH!
    Shotgun, bang = Someone says shotgun then someone else would say "bang"
    Are you dumb = You really wanna try that? / Are you stupid to try that / Orly / are you dumb



    Will add more when I think of them
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    06-23-2011 10:10 AM #2

    I don't get the smash part.
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    06-23-2011 10:13 AM #3

    Quote Originally Posted by Winning View Post
    I don't get the smash part.
    Say me you and some other people were in a group (in real life)
    Then I say to you "Go away" and you walk away I could then say SMASH because you did what I told you to do.

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    06-23-2011 10:21 AM #4

    The shotgun part isn't true here lol
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    06-23-2011 10:28 AM #5

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. DarkKV View Post
    Say me you and some other people were in a group (in real life)
    Then I say to you "Go away" and you walk away I could then say SMASH because you did what I told you to do.
    That's garbage. Man, if i said that to my mom every time I told he to do something and she did it. She would be really annoyed.
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    06-23-2011 10:36 AM #6

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. DarkKV View Post
    Slang:
    Chi-Chi man = Gay
    Peng = Hot girl / boy
    Butters = Ugly girl / boy
    Bang tidy = Hot girl / boy
    Boooookie = Ugly
    Don = The daddy / awesome guy / the shit / the best
    Piff = Hot girl
    Baty 'boy' / 'man' = Gay boy



    Phrases: Smash = When someone tells you to do something and you do it.. E.g ; Sit down *Person sits down*. SMASH!
    Shotgun, bang = Someone says shotgun then someone else would say "bang"


    Will add more when I think of them
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    06-23-2011 10:42 AM #7

    Heres some better examples of cockney slang

    Adam and Eve
    - believe (as in "Would you Adam and Eve it")

    almond rocks
    - socks

    apples and pears
    - stairs

    ariss
    - arse (aristotle = bottle = bottle and glass)

    barnet fair
    - hair

    Berk
    - c**t (Berkshire Hunt reduced to berk and used as an insult)

    Butchers Hook
    - Look (Lets have a butchers at the paper)

    bird lime
    - time = prison ("Jack is doing bird for theft")

    borasic lint
    - skint = no money

    Brahms and Liszt
    - pissed = drunk

    brass tacks
    - facts ("Lets get down to brass tacks")

    brown bread
    - dead ("he is brown bread")

    china plate
    - mate (can be said to a complete stranger)

    cream(ed) crackered
    - knackered = tired out

    dickie dirt
    - shirt

    dog and bone
    - phone (dog 'n' bone)

    duck and dive
    - skive, avoid work

    Dutch (Street)
    - to share (Going Dutch means everyone pays their bill)

    fiddle
    - diddle = swindle

    Flowery dell
    - cell = prison or small room

    frog and toad
    - road

    Ginger beer
    - queer = homosexual

    half - inch
    - pinch ("He's half-inched me motah") (He has stolen my car)

    Hampstead Heath
    - teeth

    Hampton wick
    - prick = penis

    J Arthur Rank
    - wank = masturbate (also merchant banker)

    jam jar
    - motor car

    jimmy riddle / jimmy riddle
    - piddle = urinate

    joanna
    - piano

    kermit the frog
    - bog = lavatory

    marbles and conkers
    - bonkers = mad ("He's lost his marbles")

    Mickey Bliss
    - piss, deriding or making fun of as in 'Taking the Mickey'

    mince pies
    - eyes

    mothers ruin
    - gin

    Mutt and Jeff
    - deaf ("She's a bit mutt and jeff")

    Nellie Duff
    - puff = life ("Not on your Nellie")

    north and south
    - mouth (norf 'n souf)

    peckham rye
    - tie

    plates of meat
    - feet

    plink and plonk
    - vin blanc = wine (all wine is plonk, from bad french vin blanc)

    pony
    - 25 ("That'll cost you a pony")

    pony and trap
    - crap = rubbish ("That's a load of old pony")

    pork pies / porkies
    - lies

    rabbit and pork
    - talk ("Can that woman rabbit!)

    Radio Rental
    - mental = A few sandwiches short of a picnic ("He is a bit Radio rental")

    raspberry tart
    - fart (blowing a raspberry = a rude and derogatory noise)

    Richard the Third
    - turd, shit

    rip and tear
    - swear ("He really let rip")

    rock and roll
    - dole now called social security (in USA a fight, as in "Lets rock")

    Rosey Lee
    - tea

    Rub a dub dub
    - pub

    Ruby Murray
    - curry

    Scarpa Flow
    - go ("Got to scarper")

    sixes and sevens
    - fix = difficulties ("We are all at sixes with this work")

    strides
    - trousers (from striding along - walking)

    Sweeny Todd
    - (Metropolitan Police) Flying Squad normally called "The Sweeny"

    syrup of fig
    - wig ("That bloke is wearing a syrup!")

    taters in mould
    - cold (It's a bit taters today)

    thr'penny bit
    - tit

    tit for tat
    - hat

    Tod Sloan
    - alone ("I'm on me tod"). Tod Sloan was a jockey who was always out in front, in his own.

    Tom and Dick
    - sick

    Trouble and strife
    - wife

    two and eight
    - state = problems ("You are in a right old two and eight")

    Whistle and flute
    - suit


    SOME MORE GENERAL SLANG

    bung
    - bribe

    bunk
    - abscond

    cor blimey / strewth
    - surprise (cor blimey is from God Blind me, whilst
    strewth is from Lord's truth)

    dosh
    - money

    dutch courage
    - drink, alcohol

    french letter
    - condom (lettre anglais, if you are French)

    going dutch
    - share expenses

    gone for a Burton
    - dead eg "Where is Tom" "He has gone for a burton" (from an advert, during the war, for Burton Ales that had a missing character in the picture)

    guv
    - governor = boss

    hot
    - stolen ("I think this car's hot" could mean stolen or fast)

    Kushti
    - comfortable, good (bad translation of an Indian word)

    luv
    - love

    mush
    - friend (possibly from Russian for Husband)

    nark
    - police informant

    nosh
    - food (possibly from Russian for Knife)

    varder
    - look at, see

    lallies
    - legs (varder those bulging lallies - look at those musclar legs)

    bonnie palones
    - girls

    sorted (pronounce "sor-id")
    - solved a problem
    Last edited by Michael Collins; 06-23-2011 at 10:50 AM.

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    06-23-2011 10:48 AM #8

    I see most of the phrases are about hot girls :carling:


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    All my life I want money and power
    Respect my mind or die from lead showers"
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    06-23-2011 10:52 AM #9

    Yer London slang is pretty gay.Someone at my work place was using London slang and I had no idea what they meant.

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