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Afters
   means   
Dessert
Aggro
   means   
Trouble
All over the Shop
   means   
Messy
Anorak
   means   
Geek
Arrows
   means   
Darts
Pub game
Arse-about-face
   means   
Back to Front
Arse About
   means   
To Fool Around
Backhander
   means   
A Dodgy Payment
Banged up
   means   
To Be Put in Prison
Bangers
   means   
Sausages
"Bangers and mash" is a staple of British pub menus
Barmy
   means   
Mad
Barney
   means   
Argument
Often violent. Named after, of course, that violent purple dinosaur ;).
Beer Monster
   means   
A Laddish Heavy Drinker
Bee's Knees
   means   
The Very Best
Bender
   means   
A Drinking Spree
Bent As a Nine Bob Note
   means   
Illegal
Bent
   means   
Dishonest
Bent
   means   
Stolen
Bimbo
   means   
A Young Attractive Woman of Limited Intelligence
Bird
   means   
Woman
Or girlfriend
A Bit of All Right
   means   
An Attractive Woman
Bit of Skirt
   means   
Woman
As in: "He's out tonight chasing a bit of skirt."
Bladdered
   means   
Drunk
Very drunk
Blag
   means   
To Get Something for Free
Blinding
   means   
Amazing
Bloke
   means   
A Man
Blower
   means   
Telephone
Bottle
   means   
Courage
Bovver
   means   
Trouble
The Box
   means   
Television
Bread
   means   
Money
Can also be dough
Brew
   means   
A Cup of Tea
Brill
   means   
Brilliant
Bun in the Oven
   means   
Pregnant
Cabbage
   means   
Bit Slow or Foolish
Cabbaged
   means   
Drunk
Cack
   means   
Rubbish
Cakehole
   means   
Mouth
Charlie
   means   
Cocaine
Char
   means   
Tea
Or cha
Choked
   means   
Upset
Chronic
   means   
Terrible
Chuffed
   means   
Very Happy
Ciggy
   means   
Cigarette
Claret
   means   
Blood
Clobber
   means   
Clothes
Cock
   means   
A Man
Copper
   means   
Policeman
Cop-shop
   means   
Police Station
Couldn't Give a Monkey's
   means   
Couldn't Care Less
Crust
   means   
Money
Cushy
   means   
Easy
"I have a cushy job". Can also be 'Cushty'
Dead Cert
   means   
Definite
Diamond Geezer
   means   
A Reliable Person
Digs
   means   
Lodgings
Ding-dong
   means   
Argument
Doddle
   means   
Something Easy
Dodgy
   means   
Dubious
Dog
   means   
An Ugly Girl
Done over
   means   
Beaten up
Do a Runner
   means   
To Leave Without Paying
Dosh
   means   
Money
Double Bubble
   means   
Double Time
Do What?
   means   
What Did You Say?
Earner
   means   
A Source of Money
Eppy
   means   
Go Mad
To have an epileptic fit
Er Indoors
   means   
The Wife
The Filth
   means   
The Police
Folding Notes
   means   
Paper Money
For Crying out Loud
   means   
For Goodness Sake
The Full Monty
   means   
The Whole Lot
Funny Money
   means   
Counterfeit Money
The Fuzz
   means   
The Police
Gabbing
   means   
Talking
Gaff
   means   
House
Gander
   means   
Look
Geezer
   means   
A Man
Get Your Leg over
   means   
To Have Sexual Intercourse
Give Me a Bell
   means   
Telephone Me
The words 'Gis a bell' are more popular.
Giving Me Grief
   means   
Hassling Me
"She's been giving me grief"
Go Ballistic
   means   
To Get Very Angry
Goolies
   means   
Testicles
Gordon Bennett
   means   
An Expression
Like "Oh, God!"
Got the Nod
   means   
Received Approval
A Grand
   means   
£1,000
Grass
   means   
An Informer
Grub
   means   
Food
Gutted
   means   
Disappointed
Guv'nor
   means   
Boss
Or guv for short
Hacked off
   means   
Annoyed
Fed up
Had It Away on His Toes
   means   
Ran Away Quickly
Hammered
   means   
Drunk
A Headcase
   means   
A Mad Person
Herbert
   means   
A Fool
Hole in the Wall
   means   
Cashpoint Machine
Hooter
   means   
Nose
How's Your Father
   means   
Sex
A euphemism
Iffy
   means   
Dubious
Doubtful
Inside
   means   
In Prison
In Stook
   means   
In Trouble
Jack of All Trades
   means   
Someone Who Can Turn His Hand to Anything
Jack of all trades..... Master of none.
Jar
   means   
Pint of Beer
Jazz Mag
   means   
Pornographic Magazine
The Joanna
   means   
A Piano
"The old joanna" is an old cockney term
Jock
   means   
A Scottish Man
John
   means   
A Man
Johnny
   means   
Condom
John Thomas
   means   
The Penis
An old affectionate term - only used whimsically now
Jugs
   means   
Breasts
Juiced
   means   
Drunk
Keep Your Hair on
   means   
Keep Calm
Khasi
   means   
Lavatory
Kip
   means   
Sleep
Knackered
   means   
Exhausted
Knocking Shop
   means   
Brothel
Lady Godiva
   means   
A Five Pound Note
Rhyming slang for a fiver
Leave It out
   means   
Stop Doing That
Leg It
   means   
Run Away Fast
Legless
   means   
Drunk
Very drunk
Let Rip
   means   
Fart
Lip
   means   
Cheek
Stop giving me lip
Loaded
   means   
Rich
Lolly
   means   
Money
Lose It
   means   
Go Crazy
To lose one's cool
Lose the Plot
   means   
Go Crazy
"He's lost it"
Luvverly Jubberly
   means   
All is Well
Malarkey
   means   
Nonsense
Manor
   means   
Territory
Miffed
   means   
Fed up
Minging
   means   
Ugly
Mint
   means   
Excellent
The Missus
   means   
The Wife
Ladsy term
Mitts
   means   
Hands
A Monkey
   means   
£500
Mouthy
   means   
Arrogantly Talkative
Mug
   means   
Face
As in mugshot
Mug
   means   
A Fool
"Muggins here"
Muppet
   means   
A Fool
Affectionate
Nads
   means   
Testicles
Shortened from Gonads which are the primary reproductive organs. Testes in the male & ovaries of the female
Naff
   means   
Cheap and Nasty
Naff off
   means   
Go Away
Very polite
The Nick
   means   
Police Station or Prison
Night out on the Tiles
   means   
A Late Night out
Usually drunken
Nipper
   means   
A Small Child
Norks
   means   
Breasts
Nosh
   means   
Food
Nutter
   means   
Someone Crazy
Offy
   means   
Off-licence
Off Your Face
   means   
Drunk
Off Your Rocker
   means   
Crazy
Old Fruit
   means   
My Old Friend
Affectionate
On the Game
   means   
Prostitution
On the Job
   means   
To Be Involved in Sexual Activity
Parky
   means   
Chilly
Pear-shaped
   means   
It Has Gone Wrong
Plonker
   means   
A Fool
Plonker
   means   
An Idiot
A Pony
   means   
£25
Powder Your Nose
   means   
To Take Cocaine
Pukka
   means   
Authentic
Or first-rate
Punter
   means   
A Customer
The paying public
A Quickie
   means   
A Quick Act of Sexual Intercourse
A Quid
   means   
£1
Rat-arsed
   means   
Drunk
Readies
   means   
Money
Especially cash.
Result
   means   
A Successful Outcome
Ropey
   means   
Of Poor Quality
A Ruckus
   means   
A Fight
Rug
   means   
Wig
In the U.S., rug usually refers to a toupee, not a whole wig.
Shafted
   means   
Treated Badly
Shagged-out
   means   
Exhausted
A Shed-load
   means   
A Huge Amount
Shell out
   means   
To Pay
Skint
   means   
To Have No Money
Skunk
   means   
Marijuana
A strong variety
Slaphead
   means   
A Bald Person
Slapper
   means   
A Loose Woman
Solid
   means   
Reliable
Spanner
   means   
A Fool
"You spanner". Quite affectionate. Popular 90's term
Spiv
   means   
Smartly Dressed Hustler
Spliff
   means   
A Cannabis Cigarette
Spondulics
   means   
Money
Stunner
   means   
An Attractive Woman
Very good-looking
Sussed
   means   
Found out
Tanked
   means   
Drunk
That Old Chestnut
   means   
That Old Story
Tits-up
   means   
All Gone Wrong
To Barf
   means   
To Vomit
To Be in Queer Street
   means   
To Be in Financial Trouble
To Bunk off
   means   
To Be Absent Without Permission
To Duck and Dive
   means   
To Hide from Trouble
To Go Down
   means   
To Be Sent to Prison
To Kick off
   means   
To Start a Fight
A Ton
   means   
£100
Tooled-up
   means   
Armed
To Scrounge
   means   
To Sponge
"He's a scrounger"
To Take the Mickey
   means   
To Pull Someone's Leg
Uncle Tom Cobley and All
   means   
Everyone
Comes from a Devon folk song "Widecombe Fair"
Up for It
   means   
Ready to Have a Good Time
Wedge
   means   
Money
Weed
   means   
Marijuana
Well 'ard
   means   
Someone Very Tough
Well hard
Went Down a Treat
   means   
Was Enjoyed
Wicked
   means   
Excellent
Wind-up Merchant
   means   
Someone Who Specialises in Teasing
Wind-up
   means   
A Prank
X-Rated
   means   
Explicit


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