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- bang tidy
- double-hard bastard
- bat-shit (quite similar those two)
I can't think of anymore.
I have always been very titillated by 'nugget', used to describe a daftie. Oh, also 'daftie' itself. Underused, I think, south of the border.
Quim, obviously. I had to endure Molly parkin talking at great length about her quim last night. And now I feel sick again.
the border. It even extends to 'daftie buses'. These are of the single decker variety driven around the backsteets of London picking up and dropping off 'dafties'.
I'm gonna use that.
In fact, Trevor could be used as a more general insult. There was a song me and my friend used to sing and I have no idea whether we made it up or not:
Your name is Trevor
Your name is Trevor
AND YOU DRIVE A TREV CAR
"batshit mental" is a nice way of spicing it up.
Though it always really has to be followed with the word "insane".
(although I think the accepted and widely used version in Northants was indeed chinny reck-on)
How bizarrely crushing it is to be referred to as a balloon
That's man's a balloon.
"Why would you listen to that man?
That man's in the loo"
I would hate to be called a balloon. It also implies fatness, which would make me cry.
see also: spoon
and I quite like 'talk to the elbow because your face is not worth me extending'
he also used to do "scratching ma chin scratching ma chin" which was really annoying.
Superb, another of my faves.
'BUMMER ON THE LOOSE, BUMMER ON THE LOOSE'
SO many uses, always succint and to the point.
and going uuurrrrrghggghhh
Tits out buzzin' to the max
Jesus tittyfucking christ
"O! You didn't get me a pint!"
"Shove it up yer arse yer gay prick"
with the most innocent synonym we could think of.
Concluded with my friend Anthony calling me "a complete tuppence" when I rode his bike through dog shit.
arse-bandit (prounced "ya arsebandeeeeeeeeeet")
my girlfriend's thinks it's hilarious at the moment to affectionately refer to me as 'treacle-slits'. it is a great word.