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    (Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
    People use those words?! what do they mean? :erm:

    Butterz drives me up the wall :shifty:
    - Peng - attractive
    - Chong - same as above
    - Fam - a way of referring to your close friends/family/drive-by accomplices
    - Bufftings - see peng/choong :mmm:
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    Mint, wicked, safe, salt, bread, chicken wings, etc..
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    "Cotch", "yard."
    Also: "mandems/z". I have tried to explain that "dem" is the Jamaican method of pluralisation, so adding a further 's' is pointless. They had none of it
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    I've never heard peng/chong/bufftings before either. I'm from the North-West.
    Are these used in London??

    Chong to me either means to keep chewing something or cannabis!
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    - Peng - attractive
    - Chong - same as above
    - Fam - a way of referring to your close friends/family/drive-by accomplices
    - Bufftings - see peng/choong :mmm:
    What's wrong with using normal words for those things :sad:

    I don't think I've ever heard someone talk like that :s:
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    Your signature says alot about you battyboy
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    (Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
    What's wrong with using normal words for those things :sad:

    I don't think I've ever heard someone talk like that :s:
    :emo: Teenagers in Landan mostly.
    The worst thing is that it rubs off on me, and I occasionally come out with "m8 dis iz bare **** na meen pussyole'
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    (Original post by Medicz)
    Your signature says alot about you battyboy
    Yeah well no one asked you tbh.
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    (Original post by cowleya)
    I'd have said fit and sick as well get on my nerves
    it's like, when has sick ever had connotations of being a good thing???
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    ^since ppl starting using it
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    West, Nuff, Bare, Safe.

    Taking random already existant words and attributing vague pointless meanings to them makes a small part of me die inside.
    I'm completely cool with made up words but please, be inventive!

    The above are only acceptable when used in jest.
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    lol:P if used correctly at the right place n right time, I really don't see a prob? (no offence bruv)
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    Yeah Peng and chong as well. I just noticed those words being used quite a lot recently. I also don't like it when people say 'don't watch that' or 'skeen blud'.
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    Depends on my mood.
    All slang pisses me off at one point or another.

    INNIT?!!
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    Yeah well no one asked you tbh.
    Shut up battyboy.
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    (Original post by cowleya)
    I'd have said fit and sick as well get on my nerves
    What do you say instead of fit ? I don't think i hear anybody use anythign different around here.
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    (Original post by Medicz)
    My man talking bout slang, dont you get it. We speak like that so go die if you dont like it.

    Your a wasteman, go speak your knob posh english and drink your cup of tea ye.
    Not posh, just literate. And I hate tea But I'd happily throw a cup of coffee in your face instead.
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    when people call you 'LOVE'
    :mfing:
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    (Original post by chocobloc)
    when people call you 'LOVE'
    :mfing:
    'Pet' is acceptable though isn't it ?
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    (Original post by mau5)
    'Pet' is acceptable though isn't it ?
    Yeah, it is! Pet is a cute word, aww :yes:
 
 
 
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