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    Australia a rich seam of strine dialect

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    Tinny = can of beer
    Stubby=small beer bottle
    Stubby holder= cover for tin
    Longnecks = large beer bottles
    Furphy when not Geelong ale means a rumour
    A Stickybeek= a peek , a gander a look

    Dinkum blue strewth and crikey seemed rarer and rarer last time in NSW and QLD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Drunk :

    Lagging (Cockney)
    Mortal (South Wales)
    Fvcked ( Hal)
    Bollocksed (Hal)


    Twatted

    Leathered

    Steaming

    Smashed

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    London slang (Mostly Yardie slang)

    Yat - girl
    Bras - shit
    wagwan - what's up
    Yute - young person
    peas - money
    juxed - stabbed
    jacked up - robbed (pretty much universal though but used a lot in London because people are always robbing eachother etc)
    dizzy - mad/ crazy/ stupid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    London slang (Mostly Yardie slang)

    Yat - girl
    Bras - shit
    wagwan - what's up
    Yute - young person
    peas - money
    juxed - stabbed
    jacked up - robbed (pretty much universal though but used a lot in London because people are always robbing eachother etc)
    dizzy - mad/ crazy/ stupid

    dizzy was used at school, never heard any white middle age/older folks I visit use the rest, perhaps West country yachties are behind the curve?
    Is this just young black guys/white rastas orall the'Yute"? as I may need a dictionary next visit in May?
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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    dizzy was used at school, never heard any white middle age/older folks I visit use the rest, perhaps Wesst counyry yachtie behind the curve?
    Is this just young black guys/white rastas are all the'Yute"? as I may need a dictionary nexy visit in May?
    Definitely London street slang regardless of colour, London isn't really like that or at least it wasn't when I was young. Drum and Bass scene definitely made sure of that. No dictionary required unless you're buying some weed or negotiating keeping your rolex.

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