Slang - British
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"Bangers and mash" is a staple of British pub menus
Often violent. Named after, of course, that violent purple dinosaur ;).
As in: "He's out tonight chasing a bit of skirt."
"I have a cushy job". Can also be 'Cushty'
The words 'Gis a bell' are more popular.
"She's been giving me grief"
Jack of all trades..... Master of none.
"The old joanna" is an old cockney term
An old affectionate term - only used whimsically now
Rhyming slang for a fiver
Shortened from Gonads which are the primary reproductive organs. Testes in the male & ovaries of the female
In the U.S., rug usually refers to a toupee, not a whole wig.
"You spanner". Quite affectionate. Popular 90's term
Comes from a Devon folk song "Widecombe Fair"
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