Slang From Your Hometown.

  • McCookies.

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    So a lot of people have special sayings/slang from where they live, and since Mibba goes all around the world, :tehe: I wanted to know some of yours.

    In the midwest, I found out we say pop [soda], and no one else does. :XD
    May 1st, 2009 at 05:38pm
  • lovecraft

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    ^We say pop in Canada too.

    I recieved some very strange looks when I said "soda".
    May 1st, 2009 at 05:40pm
  • McCookies.

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    ^ >_> Well, up north, I should say. :tehe:
    May 1st, 2009 at 05:40pm
  • lovecraft

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    ^:shock: Do you live in canada?

    I've yet to find more than four canadian mibbians.

    And I'm getting completely off topic. Sweet.
    May 1st, 2009 at 05:43pm
  • Penguin.

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    Aup Duck/ie - Hi =]
    Ryte - Okay
    Pop - Lemonade, coke , any fizzy drink really.
    Squash - Made up childrens drinks (put so much orange mix with so much water)
    Oblong - anything varying from - 'wierd' or 'what the fuck'
    C.B.A -Can't be arsed (said like that)
    L.O.L - laugh out loud (again spelt out)
    May 1st, 2009 at 06:14pm
  • kafka.

    kafka. (150)

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    We say "n'aww" after every other sentence. :coffee:
    It doesn't really mean anything. >_>
    May 1st, 2009 at 06:16pm
  • the major key

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    charver comes from here :crazy: which chav clearly evolved from
    May 1st, 2009 at 06:19pm
  • daisuke andou.

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    Here's some chav speak from my area for you.

    Alie/Innit - Isn't it? Or I agree. ("Jodie is such a sket." "Alie!" )
    Sket - Girl who sleeps around/ is a slut (usually blonde)
    Waste Man/Batty boy - Homosexual.
    Spud that! - You know how people punch each others fists in a form of respect? Yeah, that's what you do here.
    Blad/Bruv - Brother (Friend)
    Skeen - Okay/I see
    Extra - "Why do you have to be so extra?" As in... doing things the hard, long way instead of being lazy.
    Jam your hype - Shut up.
    Sick - Awesome

    It might be different for other areas. :file:
    May 1st, 2009 at 06:21pm
  • totheark.

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    Beak: Mouth. "Shut your beak!"
    Craic: Fun. "He's good craic!"
    Geg: Good time. "It was such a geg!"
    Slabber: Bitching. "She's such a slabber!"/"Were you slabbering about me?"
    Hure: Whore. "She's such a hure!"
    Meeting: Kissing. "So, I was meeting him ..."

    The accent is what does a lot of it.

    "Ayee ryt so here bes me, I was all lyk "What ye think ye're doin' yesens?" and they were all lyk "shut yere beak ye wee melters!" translates into "So, this is what I said to them, I said, "What do you think you're doing, you lot?" and they replied, "shut your mouth, you buch of annoying idiots!"

    Ah, Northern Ireland.
    May 1st, 2009 at 06:47pm
  • Saint.

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    Raj and Bam - anything weird or strange really. "That's raj!" or "You're a bam!"
    Mong/Mongo - a really stupid person. "You're an actual mong."
    Mingin' - something disgusting. "That's well mingin'"
    Munter/Munt - an ugly person. "Yer a munter, by the way."
    Wide - another word for cheeky. "Are ye gittin' wide wi me?"
    Banter/Bant/Bants - something fun. "That wis a pure banter."

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    Shan - something sad, or mean. "Yer so shan!
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:07pm
  • Marius De Romanus

    Marius De Romanus (150)

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    Jeffrey Dahmer.:
    Beak: Mouth. "Shut your beak!"
    Craic: Fun. "He's good craic!"
    Geg: Good time. "It was such a geg!"
    Slabber: Bitching. "She's such a slabber!"/"Were you slabbering about me?"
    Hure: Whore. "She's such a hure!"
    Meeting: Kissing. "So, I was meeting him ..."

    The accent is what does a lot of it.

    "Ayee ryt so here bes me, I was all lyk "What ye think ye're doin' yesens?" and they were all lyk "shut yere beak ye wee melters!" translates into "So, this is what I said to them, I said, "What do you think you're doing, you lot?" and they replied, "shut your mouth, you buch of annoying idiots!"

    Ah, Northern Ireland.
    :lmfao
    Our slangs the best, do you ever use the word 'Tube?' :XD

    Tube means where I am from, you're stupid, 'Stop being such a tube' which means 'Stop being so bloody stupid'
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:09pm
  • radio with guts.

    radio with guts. (100)

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    "Banter"! It's so annoying, everybody uses "banter" as an adjective to mean "funny", eg. "That's banter!". It drives me insane.
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:28pm
  • soft rains.

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    Jimmies - sprinkles
    Chitting - Just kidding.
    I don't even know about the last one, it's annoying as fuck. >____>
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:35pm
  • s u p e r h u m a n

    s u p e r h u m a n (150)

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    I just moved and they have the strangest lingo and the worst grammar.
    For some reason if you have a group of friends out here they call it 'mobbing'.
    It's like, "Oh look at Asia now she's mobbing!" I don't get that, at all.
    And 'pulling' means that you're attractive like, "I can pull more guys than you."
    Oh yes and 'dipping' means that you whore around basically. "I've been dipping those guys."
    Yeah, I don't use any of that, I hardly even understand it. Some one had to explain that to me actually.
    :XD
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:43pm
  • pariah.

    pariah. (465)

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    Ta: An abbreviated version of `thank you`.
    Pop: Fizzy drink. (Yep, English slang).
    T'interwebnet: The Internet. Oh... this will help.
    T': The.
    Buzz: Bus.
    Tat: Junk/Rubbish.
    Tit for tat: Nothing for nothing.
    Tea: Supper/Dinner.
    Bikkie: Biscuit/Cookie.
    Buzzin': Happy/ecstatic.

    Btw, I'm from North West England, near Manchester (which has its own, rather legendery accent). I go to school in this place called Oldham, an average sized town that mutated its own weird accent where any `s` sound not at the beginning of a word becomes a double `z`.

    I live in Cheshire though, Stalybridge to be exact, so that means I get weird slang phrases like ta coming through.
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:54pm
  • fool's paradise

    fool's paradise (1000)

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    Literally: Most people use at is 'seriously'. He was literally that angry.
    Sketchy: Suspicious. There was this sketchy van by the ice cream store.
    Creeper: A suspicious person. This creeper kept messaging me on Facebook. He was sketchy.
    May 1st, 2009 at 07:59pm
  • Tre Cool

    Tre Cool (100)

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    fool's paradise:
    Literally: Most people use at is 'seriously'. He was literally that angry.
    Sketchy: Suspicious. There was this sketchy van by the ice cream store.
    Creeper: A suspicious person. This creeper kept messaging me on Facebook. He was sketchy.
    That sounds like what my friends and i use. :tehe:
    May 1st, 2009 at 08:05pm
  • soft rains.

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    fool's paradise:
    Literally: Most people use at is 'seriously'. He was literally that angry.
    Sketchy: Suspicious. There was this sketchy van by the ice cream store.
    Creeper: A suspicious person. This creeper kept messaging me on Facebook. He was sketchy.
    We use all of those, too. :tehe:
    May 1st, 2009 at 08:06pm
  • Tre Cool

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    Chill: Cool
    Dude: person
    Rad: awesome
    May 1st, 2009 at 08:08pm
  • Alphabet Soup

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    The biggest things in my area is calling the "park" a green.
    And we have grinders. :mrgreen:
    May 1st, 2009 at 09:00pm