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CP_Scouse

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i understamd some people here arent from city, so i wanna hear your slang.
heres some city slang :
mad- to describe quantity (i have mad money)

good looks- good job or idea or thing (thanks for the oranges, good looks)

word to/two/too- to agree with (P1: "the test was mad hard" P2 "word to")

tight- anger or tense (Lampard is getting me mad tight right now)

whipped- to be in a relationship (Michael is whipped)

word?-oh really? (P1 "the test was mad hard" P2"word?")

chill- stop OR hang out (Chill, quit making fun of him) (wanna chill later)

boy (spelled boii)- bro (*someone misses a foul shot* BOII)

pause- stop (Pause, i left my keys at home)

(To) Cut Ass- meaning to make fun of/ tease (stop cutting Charlies ass)

nae nae- dance

yeet- dance

doe- though (where they at doe)

Ai- alright (p1 "bring a ball tomorow" p2" ai"

Facts- to agree with (p1 "the test was mad hard" p2"facts it was")

tru- to agree with (p1 "the test was mad hard" p2"tru"

fam- person (chill fam, stop cutting ass)


come thru- come (come thru to the park later to play ball)

odee- alot of (theres was od people there)


dead ass- serious (are you dead ass?) (im dead ass)

hot minute- long periord of time (i been out here for a hot minute)

Bae- your main person (me and bae are gonna catch a movie later)

loud- a term for good weed (i smell something loud in the park)

thot- acronym for That Hoe Over There (denise is a Thot)

finna- short for "fixing to" (i finna go to the movies with bae)

lean- a mix of codine and sprite and jolly ranchers (i finna get o.d lean later)

O.G- original (i got O.G jordans)

deadstock- never worn/ used (i got o.g deadstock jordans)

squad (pronounced squaaa, no d)- group of friends (me and squad got bitties)

bitties- girls (i get bitties)
 
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I'm from the Canadian border so we have all sorts of words
bud- endearing term for a friend or younger relative
buckshot- somebody smaller than you that either fights a lot or a younger family member
jacked up- what someone does when they upgrade their shitty truck
sports- what you come out of the womb doing
coyote (pronounced cai- oat)- coyote
dogs- hunting dogs "we lettin the dogs go this weekend?"
mudding- taking some form of motor vehicle and riding it through mud puddles and trails
buckey- usually a somewhat degrading nick name for someone. "You ok there buckey?
poutine- cheese curds, gravy, and french fries (also known as heaven on earth)
plattsburgh/massena only places around with malls (each are 40-60 miles away depending on location
 

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I'm from the Canadian border so we have all sorts of words
bud- endearing term for a friend or younger relative
buckshot- somebody smaller than you that either fights a lot or a younger family member
jacked up- what someone does when they upgrade their shitty truck
sports- what you come out of the womb doing
coyote (pronounced cai- oat)- coyote
dogs- hunting dogs "we lettin the dogs go this weekend?"
mudding- taking some form of motor vehicle and riding it through mud puddles and trails
buckey- usually a somewhat degrading nick name for someone. "You ok there buckey?
poutine- cheese curds, gravy, and french fries (also known as heaven on earth)
plattsburgh/massena only places around with malls (each are 40-60 miles away depending on location
I LOVE POUTINE!!! BEST FOOD EVER
 
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I'm from the Bronx so a lot of the slang I hear and use, scouse already mentioned. Good looks is simply short for good looking out. Thanks for looking out for me.
Some others that I can think of are:
A minute: to describe a long period of time (makes no sense to me). Sometimes used as Hot Minute. Ex. Yo, Iv'e waiting for this bus for a hot minute man...
Ummm let's see, a hood rat!
Hood rat: a girl from the hood that is usually sexually promiscuous and has had a lot of partners. There is a known "hood rat" uniform which includes but is not limited to tight jeans and a pair of Jordan's.
Ex: "yo, that girl looks fine over there!" " nah man, she's a hood rat, you don't want that..."
 

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I'm from the Bronx so a lot of the slang I hear and use, scouse already mentioned. Good looks is simply short for good looking out. Thanks for looking out for me.
Some others that I can think of are:
A minute: to describe a long period of time (makes no sense to me). Sometimes used as Hot Minute. Ex. Yo, Iv'e waiting for this bus for a hot minute man...
Ummm let's see, a hood rat!
Hood rat: a girl from the hood that is usually sexually promiscuous and has had a lot of partners. There is a known "hood rat" uniform which includes but is not limited to tight jeans and a pair of Jordan's.
Ex: "yo, that girl looks fine over there!" " nah man, she's a hood rat, you don't want that..."


Can that be the same definition for "Ratchet girl" i have heard similar definition.

and lol i pretty much heard maybe even used alot of the slang in the original post in my lifetime.
 
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Can that be the same definition for "Ratchet girl" i have heard similar definition.

and lol i pretty much heard maybe even used alot of the slang in the original post in my lifetime.
Yea a ratchet girl can be a hood rat, and a hood rat is definitely ratchet.
 
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Can that be the same definition for "Ratchet girl" i have heard similar definition.

and lol i pretty much heard maybe even used alot of the slang in the original post in my lifetime.
But, someone who is ratchet doesn't necessarily have to be a hood rat. A girl can be ratchet if shes just straight gutter, grimy, rude, etc...
 

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I work in a town with a pretty heavy Asian demographic - by Asian, I mean second or third generation as well as first, so a lot of them are guys speaking with the same local English accent as me and clearly are a part of the UK culture, but associate more with other Asians and so have their own slang. I'm the kind of guy who fits into a lot of different groups quite easily, though, so I chat a lot to them and I get a lot of their slang used around me day-to-day. I'm sure I've only come across the tip of the iceberg, but some of the stuff I've learned:

"Bare" - lots of/very
"Bare peng" - very hot (girl)
"Beanie" - cute/hot (girl). One guy I know uses the phrase "my beanies" a lot to describe all the girls he's chatting to on tinder at any one time
"Butters" - ugly
"Allow it" - according to the internet is "stop it", but seems to be used more like "No kidding", or just to respond to funny chat, in my experience
"[Person is] safe" - a good person, someone you know understands you or will take your side. Alternatively, "thanks"
"Long" - boring
"Rah" - no way!/yeah/gets used at the end of conversation topics almost like a way to fill a gap in the talking
"Sick" - amazing/too good (i.e. "that stunt was sick")
"Cuz" - mate/friend, presumably comes from "cousin"
"Feds" - police, probably taken from American usage as the word "federal" is never used in conjunction with police here
 

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Sick, Cuz and Feds are American "hip hop" slang[/QUOT
I'm pretty sure the term Feds has been around as long as the FBI- federal agents.
I grew up in westchester and "sick" was in use since the 70's as was Cuz which is Italian slang
 

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sorry posted that wrong
I'm pretty sure the term Feds has been around as long as the FBI- federal agents.
I grew up in westchester and "sick" was in use since the 70's as was Cuz which is Italian slang
 

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sorry posted that wrong
I'm pretty sure the term Feds has been around as long as the FBI- federal agents.
I grew up in westchester and "sick" was in use since the 70's as was Cuz which is Italian slang

Oh I'm sure "feds" is an American term - as I said in my previous post, "federal" is just not a word that is ever used in the UK, even though technically the UK is a federation, so the term "federal police" or "feds" is certainly an imported term.