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fag/fagg
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British slang for cigarettes. Almost never heard in the U.S., especially in the Southeast. To say you wanted a fag in the U.S, you might be considered to be a homosexual. Not to be confused with being, "fagged out" shich is another term altogether.
If you want to see something really funny, go to South Carolina and ask the priest to give you a fag. His head might very well explode. Comment by: Nambs   
i would like to have a bloody fag!!! Comment by: c monkey   
My understanding the word Fag or Fagg also means 'stick', and a bundle of sticks or pack of cigarets is a Faggett Comment by: Rand   
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fancy
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to desire someone or something: "I fancy Camilla Parker Bowles."
Yankee here, not sure about my neighbors across the pond there but I highly doubt someone FANCIES that dog O.o Comment by: Wyveryx   
who would fancy that cow? Comment by: ash   
Ahh HRH Charles? Comment by: JoAnne   
We use teh term Fancy in the same way but we know it is British Comment by: Kathy   
I really must say I fancy Henry in his new polo. Comment by: Sarah   
oi, to all my brit mates in the uk, i just love using british slang @ work especally "fancy" it really winds the whole lot up! Comment by: dawn lorena    Rated:5/5
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fancy
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would like to have or like. as in I'd fancy a cup of tea and some scones about now. I live in the US and have used 'fancy' in that manner for the past 35 years. My mother-in-law was English and my grand mother in law was born in Dover so I heard it a lot and picked up the term along with many others, like 'car park', motor car, carriage way, boot and bonnet for trunk and hood, 'chemist' for drug store and many others too numerous to mention.
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fanny
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vaginy
No that's right, people say fanny for vagina in England, Scotland and Wales. Comment by: anon    Rated:5/5
In the USA it refers to someones buttocks/butt/ass/arse/bottom. Comment by: Sylvia   
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Flip life
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To tell someone "flip life" is similar to telling them "Go f*ck yourself" or "Screw off." Fred: Dude, your new girl is a tub of lard John: . . . Go flip life, Fred.
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