A phrase used by old British gentlemen at the end of sentences that means, "you know?" or "right?". See also British, Old-Timey.
A village that eventually had to install special, graffiti-proof signs. See also British, Profanity.
Gareth Keenan's answer to the question, "What are you thinking?" See also British.
A small town in Dorset, England. Officially the 2nd worst place name in the country after "Shitterton", also in Dorset. See also British.
Vernacular for "biscuit", which, in England, usually refers to a scone or cake to eat with tea. Asking for a bikkie and expecting a flaky bun would be committing treason. See also British.
An anatomically-correct baby doll that pissed its pants. See also British.
Showing disdain by raising your thumb to your noise and wiggling your fingers. See also British.