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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    where are they from?
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    (Original post by StrawbAri)
    I feel you :lol:
    + I didn't know Kenya had their own version of pidgin :rofl:
    No one is going to understand mine either
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    Mumu- idiot
    Wayo- scam/fraud/deceit
    Abeg- please
    Yeye- stupid
    Wetin? - what?
    How far- what's up
    Wahala- problem
    Abi? - isn't it?

    We do and it differs everywhere so I may know a version of it that someone else doesn't know :rofl:

    How far = What's up... Lmfao what? :rofl:
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    sick - good
    Savloy - Hello
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    how odd lol


    we use these. guess ur from london lol


    these are familiar hahs
    Nah i'm from Oxford
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    Piff/Buff/Peng - good looking/sexy/ beautiful

    Butters/Clapped - unattractive, ugly, not appealing, nasty

    Big man ting - on a serious note

    Baree - many, a lot

    Allow it - stop it, don't do whatever you're about to do

    Init - isn't it, a term to use when you want someone to agree with you, sometimes used for no particular reason at all.

    Peak - unfortunate, serious

    Bait - obvious

    Fam/bruv/bro - friend, companion, close associate

    Man - refers to youself or you with a group of other people e.g. Us man went to my yard init= we went to my house.

    Creps - shoes

    Ya get me - do you understand?

    and many more slang terms used in London😀
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    My don- Top man

    Pagan- snake/snitch

    Parred- when you get bumped

    Bumped- when you get shutdown.

    Bill- slang for pounds.
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    ken - know
    awcunt - everybody
    whitey - vomit
    neebur - friend
    naebor - no problem
    gaun yersel - good going (hard to translate)
    square go - fight
    bolt - get lost/go away
    bam/bampot - idiot
    aff yer nut - crazy/drunk
    fae - from
    dae - do (gawnae no dae that - don't do that)

    probably a million others but i can't think of them.
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    im british and we have
    banter - having a laugh/joking around
    tenner - ten pounds
    cheeky nandos - you have to be british to get it
    i'm bristolian. we use:

    gurtlush - Something's great
    bog - toilet
 
 
 
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