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    In certain areas of Yorkshire the words "croggy" "maftin" and "bain" mean "giving someone a lift on your bike", "very very hot (weather)" and "baby"
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    What's crutters?
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    (Original post by amood00)
    The worst one was 'Skeeeeeeeeen' lucky it only had a brief appearance of 2yrs back in 2009-2010. Sounds horrible.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...m=skeen&page=2
    I still use skeen :innocent: More in a jokey sense though :laugh:
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    "Dats bare moist fam!" - Apparently everyone at my brother's school says that haha
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    (Original post by PsychadelicScarf)
    What's crutters?
    Ugly
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    (Original post by Rumschpringe)
    In certain areas of Yorkshire the words "croggy" "maftin" and "bain" mean "giving someone a lift on your bike", "very very hot (weather)" and "baby"
    Hows baby a slang word?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Hows baby a slang word?
    Read my post again lol. I didn't say baby was slang. I said "Bain" is slang for baby.
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    I still enjoy calling people "tubes".
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    (Original post by Apocrypha)
    Kerlapped (Clapped)
    You're clapped fam
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    lolcano and roflcopter are amusing
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    Someone on the train asked me if I was going out that night because I looked "peng". I was like uwot.
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    Bun, moist, clapped, hench, peng, sort.
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    "sick m8" - "That's awesome."
    "she's rapid" - "She's quick."
    "bae" - "Mate"
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    Clapped , (means ugly) No ratings , jheeze ,
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    'Tamping' is really good for when you're reeeeaally furious.

    'Foof' for lady parts is also really cewt, I'm not sure of how widespread that is or if it is just a South Wales thing.
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    (Original post by Hariex)
    "sick m8" - "That's awesome."
    "she's rapid" - "She's quick."
    "bae" - "Mate"
    Bae is soooo overused nowadays!!
    Recently found out its short for before anyone else. I thought it was a ratchet way of saying babe 😂
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    (Original post by Jessmariew)
    "what you say'n?" does my head in. People (mostly boys) from where I live use this a lot. Not only does it confuse me but it also makes them sound very,very stupid.
    Its as bad as when they say "what you orn". What am i supposed to say? A chair?! xD
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    Ahahaha the funniest would have to be 'crutters'. I've only heard it once when I was on the bus but I found it so hilarious at the time it just sounds funny. I'd heard 'butters' loads of times before but I was confused as to when 'crutters' came about :laugh:

    Also I find 'crusty' funny :grin:
 
 
 
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