An unstable drunk. See also Alcohol, British.
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.
An old unit of volume approximately equal to 1/8 of a pint. See also British, Drinks.
A cross between a pillock and a prat. See also British.
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.
Polite euphemism for a male homosexual. See also British.
As in, "Anthony is a dab hand at the smash-and-grab." See also British.