Me Ol Mucker is a loving expression that Inspector Thomas Brackenreid uses, one of his few slogans. It comes from England and Ireland, where the term mucker is slang for a low-level worker who handles manure (garbage, rubble, etc.
It refers to the malnourished East End and the bird associated with London, the sparrows. Then ■■■■ Sparrow or Sparra.
Transitive verb 1: Eating a greedily mocked dinner. 2: Grip - often used in the free lottery.
mucker (plural mucker) (Great Britain, slang, southern England, Northern Ireland) friend, acquaintance.
(Slang, British Army) A comrade, a fellow soldier in the same situation.
Fruit (slang) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fruit and Fruitcake, along with many varieties, are slang terms or even sexual slang that have different origins, but modern usage generally refers to ■■■ men and sometimes other LGBT people.
In 1896, a film called De Kinderpaardenbeurs was shot at the children’s fair. The term Child Fair, commonly abbreviated to Child, has become rhyming jargon for them.
Apparently, a ■■■■■■■ is someone born within walking distance of the town’s St. MaryleBow church bells. The word may come from a term for a strange egg and was first used by rural residents to mock city dwellers in general as the weak lame.
cow f (plural cows) dairy cow, dairy cow Synonym: cow.
The sparring part seems to be limited to the London area. Calling someone an idiot is an intimate, all-male term (for obvious reasons) that can be used to say hello to a co-worker or friend. Options include friend, friend, friend, etc.
Oddly enough, I Ancient China is a piece of ■■■■■■■ slang that is introduced and petrified in South African English, as my China or sometimes just China to mean friend, as in the sentence: Howzit my China?
where are you doing
friend. Cassidy suggests that mucker, a word used daily in Ireland and England to mean friend or friend, comes from the Irish slime, which derives from muc, which means pig. According to Dineen, the word slime means a swineherd, a farmer, a farmer.
Tommy Tank is ■■■■■■■ slang for ■■■■■■■ (jerking off).
In the Glasgow area, a small slash is a well-known way of referring to a small person who likes or at least doesn’t hate the speaker. Glasgow flea market is known as The Barras. barrie or barry (pronounced barri) Something that is barrie is very good or very attractive.
shagger (plural shaggers) One who is a shagger. (Slang) One who has sex with a lot of people.
(informally) rude rude. Rough, brutally brutal, often in a way that’s considered loving or funny.
Adjective. pish (comparative plus pish, superlative plus pish) (vulgar, banal, mainly in Scotland) Bad quality, very bad.
■■■■■■■ The line of a person in a conversation. It can be a normal conversation, as in Sit doon a gies aw yer tits, it can also mean to entertain or impress, as in He has ■■■■■ as a friend, or some sort of internal language, as in Yell Don’t take a seat if he doesn’t know the model
Down is a derogatory term used in Scotland for thugs, looters or petty criminals.