You have a kip in front of the telly on a Sunday afternoon. Usually said without pronouncing the last "G". You might hear someone say "not blooming likely" so that they don't have to swear. Lurgy - If you have the lurgy it means you are ill, you have the Flu. Round - When you hear the words "your round" in the pub, it means it is your turn to buy the drinks for everyone in the group - nothing to do with the size of your tummy!
Usually associated with that ghastly noise as the content of the lungs are coughed into the mouth before gremming can take place. For example my Dad knocked up a tree house for us from some planks of wood he had in the garage, or you might knock up a meal from whatever you have hanging around in the fridge. Mug - If someone is a bit of a mug, it means they are gullible. Dog's bollocks - You would say that something really fantastic was the dog's bollocks. Use with caution as in some places your pecker is also your willy! Rugger - This is short for "rugby". Bottle - Something you have after twenty pints of lager and a curry. Bomb - If something goes like a bomb it means it is going really well or really fast. Arse over elbow - This is another way of saying head over heels but is a little more descriptive. If you were going to suss out something it would mean the same thing. Blinkered - Someone who is blinkered is narrow minded or narrow sighted - they only see one view on a subject. Actually is available in some Australian restaurants! Dim - A dim person is stupid or thick or a dimwit. You know what I mean. Pear shaped - If something has gone pear shaped it means it has become a disaster. Sod - This word has many uses. Tool - Yet another word for your willy or penis. Like when you are told that you have just failed your driving test! So if the plane lands momentarily will there be enough time for anyone to get off? It could be embarrassing! It is also shortened further to "sweet F A". Bugger all - If something costs bugger all, it means that it costs nothing. Sod all - If you are a waiter in America and you serve a family of Brits, the tip is likely to be sod all or as you would call it - nothing. We would generally use it to mean that everything is cool and groovy, on plan, no worries and generally going well. American kids might be talking baloney under the same circumstances. Sod's law - This is another name for Murphy's law - whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.
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