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How to sound like a British!!

I think all of the following are only used by Brits – but I’m sure anyone who thinks otherwise will post a comment.

  • Berk
  • Blimey
  • Bollocks
  • Bonk
  • Brolly
  • (Have a) Butchers
  • Cheerio
  • Chinwag
  • Chockablock
  • Chuffed
  • Clanger
  • Codswallop
  • Crikey
  • Doddle
  • Dodgy
  • Doolally
  • Dole
  • Dosh
  • Fags
  • Gallivanting
  • Gannet
  • Gobshite
  • Gobsmacked
  • Gormless
  • Gosh
  • Gradely
  • Gutted
  • Khazi
  • Kip
  • Knackered
  • Knobhead
  • Lurgy
  • Malarkey
  • Manky
  • Miffed
  • Minging
  • Naff
  • Nosh
  • Pillock
  • Plastered
  • Pleb
  • Plonker
  • Poppycock
  • Ratherrrrrr
  • Righty-Ho
  • Scarper
  • Scrubber
  • Shambles
  • Shirty
  • Skint
  • Skive
  • Sloshed
  • Smarmy
  • Smashing
  • Sod (as a swear word)
  • Spiffing
  • Squidgy
  • Squishy
  • Starkers
  • Swot (as a noun)
  • Tosser
  • Twat
  • Waffle (as a verb)
  • Wangle
  • Wanker
  • Wazzock
  • Wonky

And there’s also these word combinations:

  • Ay up
  • Bee’s knees
  • Bob’s Your Uncle
  • Bog roll
  • Bog standard
  • Borassic lint
  • Budge up
  • Bugger me
  • Bugger off
  • By George
  • By Jove
  • Cheesed off
  • Cock up
  • Cor blimey
  • Cost a bomb
  • Cracked it
  • Cream crackered
  • (The) dogs bollocks
  • Full monty
  • Good grief
  • Gordon Bennett
  • Hell’s teeth
  • Jimmy Riddle
  • Jolly good show
  • Kicked the bucket
  • Naff off
  • Old bean
  • On your bike
  • Pear shaped
  • Pop your clogs
  • Pull a blinder
  • Quids in
  • Rat arsed
  • Shove up
  • Sod off
  • Sod’s law
  • Take the biscuit
  • Take the Mickey
  • Tickity Boo
  • Toodle Pip
  • Toss Pot

And then there’s probably hundreds that I haven’t listed.

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