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    I'm from nw london and the most common ones are 'wagwaaarn bruv' (whats going on), blud (which is like blood but u say it to your friends i think, not too sure because people throw it around), penging,choongting,buffting (attractive), butters/crutters (unattractive). I never use them (unless joking) but i find them pretty hilarious lol :lol:
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    In my school, bumba squid was very popular :yep:

    "Come on, Miss, man! Bumba squid!"
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    My personal favourite is, 'gypsy's kiss'... as in to pee
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    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
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    I hated the skeeen one. I had a fight with my friend because he kept saying it to annoy me.
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    Jheeze!

    batty boi and bumbaclart always make me lol
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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
    Omggggggg skeeeeeeeen!!!!! How an i forget!!! :rofl: it was so overused back in 08/09 xD
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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 think it may be back or my sister may have just discovered it
    Tbh I don't know what any of these terms mean except for 'peng' :lol:
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    (Original post by Arithmeticae)
    Jheeze!

    batty boi and bumbaclart always make me lol
    Lmao haven't heard those 2 since i finished high school xD
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    "Kid's an utter spoon"
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    (Original post by SecretDuck)
    In my school, bumba squid was very popular :yep:

    "Come on, Miss, man! Bumba squid!"
    Whats that?
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    Batty boy annoyed me. Everyone used it even when they weren't homophobic, I would have loved to have put them all in a room and nuked it.
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    any slang that comes out of my mouth is funny(due to accent) famalam makes me :giggle:
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Whats that?
    It was a modification of bumbaclart. I never knew what the phrase meant but we all kept using it regardless.
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    "rah" as in damn or wow
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    American slang terms are pretty funny/odd.

    "Yooo, I aint seen you in a MINUTE!" (minute here meaning the exact opposite i.e. a while. Stupid I know).

    "Foh" (meaning "**** outta here").

    "She's butters blud" (English slang, but I never understood how butter related to being perceived as unattractive).

    "FDB man" (**** that *****).

    I think that's it, though more will probably come to me when I meet up with my ghetto ass American cousin holidaying with me.
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    oh ye and

    "YOOORRRRRRRRRR EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE MAAATE"
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    (Original post by flou_fboco2)
    any slang that comes out of my mouth is funny(due to accent) famalam makes me :giggle:
    Most people in my area use famalam :giggle: What accent do you have?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Most people in my area use famalam :giggle: What accent do you have?
    it just sounds posh (even tho im not posh) so it's like hearing the royal family using slang
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    "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.
 
 
 
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