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Safe
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1. a cool person rn2. to signify agreement rn3. to signify something is goodrnrnrn1. Tom lent me an album, he's safe. rn2."who wants nachos?" "yeah safe" rn3. "what do you think of this excellent song?" "it's safe"
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Scouser
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Liverpudlian, a person from Liverpool
"What do you call a Scouser in a suit?" [from the Magazine The Economist by ]
What is a Scouser's laptop? A pizza Comment by: Joe Spit    Rated:5/5
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scrotty
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dirty
Wicked! Especaily used with a british accent! Deffinetly not obtuse with my vocabulary! Comment by: KT    Rated:5/5
yeah this is my favorite word ever Comment by: alyssa    Rated:5/5
Definitely.. is the correct spelling Comment by: hellyeahme   
It's 'grotty'. Short for 'Grotesque'. As used by George Harrison in 'A Hard Day's Night'. The pronounciation 'scrotty', I assume, comes from the answer to the question, "What do you think to that?", "S'grotty', short for 'It is grotty' -> 'It's grotty' -> 'S'grotty'. Comment by: Mouldy   
Is this the dirty as in filthy or dirty as in promiscuous. Comment by: Julia   
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shag
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to have sex
"Felicity Shagwell: Austin Powers, I presume. Austin: Powers by name, powers by reputation. Felicity Shagwell: Felicity Shagwell, CIA. Shagwell by name, shag-very-well by reputation." [from the Movie The Spy Who Shagged Me by Austin Powers]
haha theres a quote Comment by: Katie C    Rated:5/5
well i do say i have bloody well used this term many times before Comment by: Kara    Rated:5/5
are yo some sort of perv or something? Comment by: liv   
Shagged mean very tired nothing to do with sex, Shag is to insert your penis in to her vargina, and spunk up her. Comment by: Jez A Bell   
Ha.. Nice spelling of the work vagina there - really showing your IQ, hehe... Comment by: Carlos   
Ha.. Nice spelling of the word "word" there - really showing your IQ, hehe... Comment by: Sina   
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shat
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to have defacated, past tense of "shit", "shat my pants": to indicate surprise
This isn't slang, it is the actual grammatically correct past tense of shit. Comment by: Dav    Rated:2/5
"and she shat on a turtle!!" austin powers goldmember Comment by: ashleigh    Rated:3/5
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skivvies
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underwear, panties
""don't come in, I've only got my skivvies on!""
vai te catr seu idiota covarde Comment by: alessandro   
I've always heard that term in the US, didn't know you said it in the UK Comment by: Kathy   
skivvy is a stretchy turtle-neck shirt ie underwear Comment by: cdbell   
EWWWW wow is that what that means? Comment by: Desha   
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snog
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kiss/hook up w/ sum1
Haha, I know that from Harry Potter!! Comment by: Brandi Dude   
Hahaha, that's right! i've heard it too from Harry Potter! Ron always says it! Comment by: sebastian felipe   
to snog some one is a passionate kiss. like the american term "make-out". I have learned this from reading "Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging" but Louise Rennison. great series. Comment by: Julia   
Yes! Ive heard it from Angus, thongs and full frontal snogging too! I loved that series. Comment by: Lily   
we call that 'frenching' in the US Comment by: W   
snog in america can also be a slang term for a booger.. Comment by: dirtygirl   
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Sod Off
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To get away. This could be used in a situation were someone is agitated and someone is bothering so they tell them to sod off. To get away (from me).
Thanx! I wanted to know what that ment. One of my favorite tv shows says it all the time. Comment by: jarian   
This derives from "sodomy" (similar to "you old sod" being short for "you old Sodomite" -- typically used as a friendly jab), so it is like telling someone to go f themselves. Comment by: anon   
is it like BUGGER OFF (another brit slang)?? Comment by: sam   
On an episode of the show "Black Adder III", Blackadder asks Baldrick what his first name is. Baldrick replies "Sodoff", since his childhood playmates called him that whenever he met up with them. This also explains explains why his character is billed as "S. Baldrick" in the fourth season. Comment by: paskuniag   
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specky
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someone wwho wears glasses (perscription)
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spunk
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semen, "cum"
"He was so hot when he Spunked on me "
In the U.S., it means to show enthusim. "He showed alot of spunk dancing." Comment by: spunkie    Rated:3/5
yes in america it is something very different. if you have a lot of spunk, it is describing your personality. Comment by: arctichimpanzees   
Actually, Spunk in the US means semen also, but it's usually used as a synonym for 'vitality'. Comment by: Al   
kinda like that kid has balls or that kid has spunk. same bloody thing lol Comment by: zoey    Rated:4/5
Spunk is a common term for semen in The States. Nobody, except coffin dodgers, uses it to describe personality traits. Comment by: Antonius Block   
As far as I know, 'spunk' means seamen in America too. Comment by: That Guy   
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Starkers
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Without clothes on; naked
Its rare (usually elderly) Americans say "He/She is stark naked" it has the same meaning as naked. Comment by: Alex D   
Stark is not slang in the US. (probably not in the UK either) It means complete or extreme Comment by: Kathy   
Starkers is naked or in the Buff in Easterna and south England mainly use by persons over 45 years. Comment by: Jez A Bell   
I've only ever heard "stark" (US) used in the adverbial sense in the phrases "stark raving mad" and "stark naked." Oh, and of course, the slightly more recent "stark raving naked" ("naked" in this expression should be pronounced "nekkid"). So far as I'm aware, it is considered improper for any of these are to be used without irony. As I understand it, "starkers" (adj., UK) can mean either naked or insane. As an adjective (not slang) "stark" means "severe" or "grim" - useful when telling people about your trip to Siberia. Comment by: Meg   
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Sticky Wicket
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difficult situation, delicate problem
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strawberry creams
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breast, a womans cheast
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