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    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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    Greet everyone with "yrite mateeeeeee" and you're good to go

    Sigh, what has this country come to?
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    Say "I want to blow you" to a guy It is British slang loosely translated as "you're cool, I think we should be friends"
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    Do the V sign with your palm facing yourself. That's how we tell someone they're cool!

    (Original post by gman10)
    Say "I want to blow you" to a guy It is British slang loosely translated as "you're cool, I think we should be friends"
    :rofl:
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    No need to learn now. You'll pick them up as you hang around British people. Most are easy to understand by context anyway.
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    Saying sen instead of self.
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    (Original post by AristoBrat!)
    Do the V sign with your palm facing yourself. That's how we tell someone they're cool!



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    you tryna get man killed :rofl:
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    listen I can teach you everything you want, Op.
    Step into my office.
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    (Original post by Man.bear.pig)
    you tryna get man killed :rofl:
    Tho instead of though.
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    (Original post by pinkteddyx64)
    Tho instead of though.
    *doe
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    Just listen to skepta, stormzy, krept and konan, JME, J hus, sneakbo, Wiley, lethal bizzle and giggs on repeat
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    (Original post by missaxo)
    Just listen to skepta, stormzy, krept and konan, JME, J hus, sneakbo, Wiley, lethal bizzle and giggs on repeat
    XD

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    Watch the Inbetweeners UK you'll learn loads in particular referring to someone as fit means attractive as in the streets lyrics "yeah you are fit and yeah I do want it"
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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.
    watch this okay:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ympI2mdABUM
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    I'll leave this one to Matt and Alex. If you don't know who they are then get studying.



    Like someone above said Inbetweeners will give you a good idea.
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    "Can i lick your bum hole for five pounds?" is common slang for "good morning, how are you?"
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    (Original post by missaxo)
    Just listen to skepta, stormzy, krept and konan, JME, J hus, sneakbo, Wiley, lethal bizzle and giggs on repeat
    Haha so true love all of them!
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    (Original post by Man.bear.pig)
    listen I can teach you everything you want, Op.
    Step into my office.
    He's right. Look at his hat.
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    Anuvahood and Attack the Block taught me a lot of British slang, check those out. The TSR Tinychat group also taught me a bunch of weird 'ish british people say
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    (Original post by alexschmalex)
    Anuvahood and Attack the Block taught me a lot of British slang, check those out. The TSR Tinychat group also taught me a bunch of weird 'ish british people say
    Rest in peace, TSR Tinychat group. :cry2:
 
 
 

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