Entries Tagged “British”

Funny Words

1. Piffle

British word for "nonsense". Means to talk or act in a trivial, inept, or ineffective way. See also British.

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Funny Foods

2. Toast Sandwich

Yes, it's a real thing. See also British.

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Funny Sayings

3. Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

See also British.

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Funny Places

4. Bitchfield, England

Located in Lincolnshire. See also British.

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Funny Drinks

5. Babycham

A fake Champagne made of fermented pears that was popular in the UK in the 60's and 70's. Also, the first alcoholic drink to be advertised on British television, and a product well known for it's iconic logo. See also 60's, Alcohol, British.

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Funny Places

6. Fanny Hands Lane

Street in Lincolnshire, England. See also British.

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Funny Phrases

7. Eh Wot

A phrase used by old British gentlemen at the end of sentences that means, "you know?" or "right?". See also British, Old-Timey.

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Funny Places

8. Uck Creek, Britain

A village that eventually had to install special, graffiti-proof signs. See also British, Profanity.

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Funny Advice

9. Bum, Belly, Beak, Bang

Advice on how to take aim at and shoot a pheasant. See also British, Guns, Hunting.

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Funny Questions

10. Will There Ever be a Boy Born, Who Can Swim Faster than a Shark?

Gareth Keenan's answer to the question, "What are you thinking?" See also British.

Added by Ryan on September 29, 2014| 12 Comments | You Like This |

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