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    Poomplex - I don't even know what it means but when used to "par" someone it bangs.

    Pengting - similar to buff, opposite to clapped.

    Hunna, pinky - £100 and £50

    Fugly - like not even ugly. Levels to this s*** and you are f** ing ugly

    Erm Erm yeah that's all I can think off that hasn't been said.

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    (Original post by white walker)
    Poomplex - I don't even know what it means but when used to "par" someone it bangs.

    Pengting - similar to buff, opposite to clapped.

    Hunna, pinky - £100 and £50


    Erm Erm yeah that's all I can think off that hasn't been said.

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    Lmfao pinky and hunna. What on earth :rofl:
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    Just the range of vocabulary found in West London.




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    Poon and gash are fairly common for girls pubic area..... Hahahaha standard stuff that is!

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    "Piff" first time I heard someone use it I thought they meant pith and were referring to the outer layer on an orange. Come on gents there's got to be a better word to describe a girl than "Piff".
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    Never understood "butters"... Have no idea how that came to be, I love butter lol
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at50BIRxd5A

    Pretty much this

    When this song was popular, I bet Greggs staff were annoyed with all of the people going up asking for 'smashed pasties'.
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    'yat' for girl. More annoying than funny tbh
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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    "She's butters blud" (English slang, but I never understood how butter related to being perceived as unattractive).

    (Original post by jabire3)
    Never understood "butters"... Have no idea how that came to be, I love butter lol
    It's not quite 'unattractive'. Here we go:

    "She's got a nice body but she's got an ugly face".

    "She's attractive, but her face".

    "She's attractive, butter face".

    "Butterface." (also common)

    "Butters".
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    (Original post by jabire3)
    Never understood "butters"... Have no idea how that came to be, I love butter lol
    I only discovered what it meant a fee years ago. Its crazy. What has butter got to do with attractiveness?
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    (Original post by FireGarden)
    It's not quite 'unattractive'. Here we go:

    "She's got a nice body but she's got an ugly face".

    "She's attractive, but her face".

    "She's attractive, butter face".

    "Butterface." (also common)

    "Butters".
    Ohhhhhhhhhh so thats how it came about!

    Did you invent it? Lol
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Ohhhhhhhhhh so thats how it came about!

    Did you invent it? Lol
    No, haha, just old enough to have 'been there' so to speak.
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    Moist and Dry. Makes no sense. Both have negative connotations so I assume that being " sufficiently hydrated" is seen as a compliment. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by arrow900)
    Moist and Dry. Makes no sense. Both have negative connotations so I assume that being " sufficiently hydrated" is seen as a compliment. :dontknow:
    Yeah, try it out
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    (Original post by FireGarden)
    It's not quite 'unattractive'. Here we go:

    "She's got a nice body but she's got an ugly face".

    "She's attractive, but her face".

    "She's attractive, butter face".

    "Butterface." (also common)

    "Butters".
    Oho... I can show this off now
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    A Bangarang: the sort of person you have sex with, then forget about. Then they keep on coming back for more.
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    u wot m8

    r u avin a giggle
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    BOBFOC....

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    Body off Baywatch, Face off Crimewatch


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    shower- great

    Poonani/ vajayjay- Vagina

    chong ting- beautiful
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    You're clapped fam
    Thats just rude?
 
 
 
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