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    First of all, it's Bri'ish slang, not British slang.
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    (Original post by Man.bear.pig)
    that's unfortunate lol
    Haha, it's honestly not that bad. Put my time to better use.
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    Basically decode this and you're good
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    (Original post by BookBird)
    I'll be going to Leeds in a month and I want to be better prepared by learning some British slang. That way I won't be completely confused all the time, struggling to keep up with what people are saying.

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    trussss me
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    First you need to get your head around a "cheeky nandos"
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    Are the accents hard to understand like geordie accents?
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    (Original post by BookBird)
    Are the accents hard to understand like geordie accents?
    bruv come off it yeah raah manaman taking the PISS w this wastecomparison dont make me come round yard ez fam


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    if you know you know dunkno to the dunkno
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    (Original post by BookBird)
    Are the accents hard to understand like geordie accents?
    (Original post by Id and Ego seek)
    bruv come off it yeah raah manaman taking the PISS w this wastecomparison dont make me come round yard ez fam


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    you got that bookbird?

    but manaman? lol you Meridian Dan or wot fam. n bun dis pussclot yute ova deh chattin rubbish innih. come we kick choongting.
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    (Original post by andrewfinn2)
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    buh lie lol


    (Original post by Id and Ego seek)
    if you know you know dunkno to the dunkno
    YA DUN KNO!!! loool
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    it also helps to know some patois Op.
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    (Original post by BookBird)
    I'll be going to Leeds in a month and I want to be better prepared by learning some British slang. That way I won't be completely confused all the time, struggling to keep up with what people are saying.
    What do you think English people do? Talk in code all the time? No. You really won't need to pre-learn any 'slang' lol, just speak properly.
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    (Original post by Man.bear.pig)
    you got that bookbird?

    but manaman? lol you Meridian Dan or wot fam. n bun dis pussclot yute ova deh chattin rubbish innih. come we kick choongting.
    bruv i beg you jam your hype quicktime gal was on that manaman ting tiiiime before meridian and before bbk you dunkno had that on lockdown since year 8 geezer
    safe safe you get me!
    what you sayin then meet at chicken cottage or sam's ? ; )



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    has anyone said "ya get me?" yet.

    in fact if i write examples I'll be here all day. Op just pick up on it.

    (Original post by )
    "Can i lick your bum hole for five pounds?" is common slang for "good morning, how are you?"
    she's an outsider, not a ****ing idiot lol
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    What do you think English people do? Talk in code all the time? No. You really won't need to pre-learn any 'slang' lol, just speak properly.
    never rolled deep in your life cuz move yourself i beg


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    (Original post by Id and Ego seek)
    never rolled deep in your life cuz move yourself i beg


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    In English?
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    In English?
    rah you're gonna get boxed in your lip real soon allie



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    (Original post by vis break)
    Ight fam. Let the lesson in roadmanology begin.

    Wagwarn = Waht is going on?
    fam = family, when refereing to someone means your kind of close
    blud = blood member, very close.
    wasteman = waste of space
    am i a diiiiickhead? = said when someone is treating you like a **** head.
    BB pin = Black Berry Messenger Pin
    Piffting = girl that's attravtive

    In one:
    Wagwarn blud. me and my fam was out, and this waste man yute tried linkin shaneequa. he was like "yo piffting, gimme yo bb pin ennih" she slapped him cuz she doesnt have bbm. he was all like "am i a diiiiickheaaad? wasteman"
    😂😂😂 this is brilliant


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