Entries Tagged “British”

Funny Phrases

21. Bingo Wings

According to Wikipedia, "a slang term used to describe the build-up of fat and or flaccid muscle that hangs from the underside of the upper arms." See also Body, British.

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Funny Words

22. Nipperkin

An old unit of volume approximately equal to 1/8 of a pint. See also British, Drinks.

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Funny Insults

23. Prannock

A cross between a pillock and a prat. See also British.

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Funny Places

24. Snods Edge, England

See also British.

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Funny Foods

25. Diddy Donuts

Sold only in Burger King restaurants in the UK. Asking for them in American Burger King establishments will likely gain you a very funny and confused stare from the cashier. See also British.

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Funny Foods

26. Faggots and Peas

Don't believe me? Check it out. See also British, Sophomoric.

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Funny Euphemisms

27. Trouser Man

Polite euphemism for a male homosexual. See also British.

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Funny Phrases

28. Dab Hand

As in, "Anthony is a dab hand at the smash-and-grab." See also British.

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Funny Songs

29. Yakety Sax

By Boots Randolph; best known from its use as the theme song on The Benny Hill Show. See also British, Music, Television.

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Funny Phrases

30. Let's Jolly Well March Down There and Set Things Right

Typical vague British plan. See also British.

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