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    What slang words have you heard that make you want to throttle the person who said them?

    A few of mine are:
    - Peng
    - Chong
    - Fam
    - Bufftings

    :hmmm::shifty:
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    I know a guy who starts every sentance with "maaaate" in a really annoying voice.
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    mint
    fit
    sick
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    i always say buffting LOL

    i hate when people say 'moist' instead of gay, like "youre so moist"....WHY MOIST? MOIST MEANS WET, NOT GAY
    oh and i hate the words 'nang' and 'gaff'

    other than that, im bare guilty of using annoying slang, so i cant really talk
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    *****, plz.
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    - scene / skeen / seen (?)
    - are you gonna bang doe?
    - safe
    - allow
    - waste
    - minor
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    preggers
    Blimey
    Bloke
    Screamer
    Gaffer
    clunge
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    All slang sends me into a murderous rage.
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    Lol I cant even remember! alie......choong...jux/jooks (=S) ....my style..cotching.......
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    bruv...
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    I hate it when people at work say 'baaabe can you do x?' and 'baaabe can you you do y?' and 'thanks baaabe'
    ffs. I am not a pig or a baby.
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    blad.
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    Anything by a wannabe-gangster from London...and 'boss'.
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    What slang words have you heard that make you want to throttle the person who said them?

    A few of mine are:
    - Peng
    - Chong
    - Fam
    - Bufftings

    :hmmm::shifty:
    People use those words?! what do they mean? :erm:

    Butterz drives me up the wall :shifty:
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    I thought this said "****s that make you puke"

    But anyway, my friend says "boy" all the time. *Shudder*
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    Right this may be because my first language isn't English, but umm... I don't even know what half of those words mean -.-
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    bro
    "sorted"

    or worse still, both together - "sorted bro"
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    (Original post by AmiiRainbow)
    mint
    fit
    sick
    I'd have said fit and sick as well get on my nerves
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    (Original post by sadie-kiki)
    I hate it when people at work say 'baaabe can you do x?' and 'baaabe can you you do y?' and 'thanks baaabe'
    ffs. I am not a pig or a baby.
    I'm guessing 'x' and 'y' aren't people in this case :emo:
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    Moist quite annoys me,..... it's stupid

    peng, peng a leng, chung

    Bruv

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