Entries Tagged “British”

Funny Foods

21. Bikkie

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.

Added by Joe on February 26, 2014| 8 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Words

22. Argle-Bargle

A Britishism for a loud row or quarrel. See also British.

Added by Zorzi on November 26, 2013| 4 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Toys

23. Baby Wee-Wee

An anatomically-correct baby doll that pissed its pants. See also British.

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Funny Things to Do

24. Queen Anne Fan

Showing disdain by raising your thumb to your noise and wiggling your fingers. See also British.

Added by Brian on August 26, 2012| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Insults

25. Scollywop

Akin to a slag, skeezer, or skank. See also British.

Added by a Guest on December 11, 2010| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Clothes

26. Winklepickers

Shoes with very pointy toes worn in the 50's and 60's by rock and roll fans. See also British, Shoes.

Added by TurtruckJake on April 6, 2010| 3 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Words

27. Gobsmacked

One of my favorite words, of late. Seems to be infiltrating the U.S. via the recent influx of TV programming from the U.K., perhaps? See also British.

Added by a Guest on March 15, 2010| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Phrases

28. Sixes and Sevens

Britishism for crazy. See also British.

Added by CaptainKrill on March 7, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Words

29. Codswallop

Like hogwash, only more so. See also British.

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Funny Clothes

30. Playboots

Outdated British term for athletic shoes, i.e., the floppy, high-top, twist-your-ankle kind. See also British.

Added by Brian on December 17, 2009| Comment | You Like This |

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