Jamie's Slang Dictionary
Learn the meanings of Jamie's favorite words.
- Bang it – mix it
- Biscuit – cookie
- Boxing Day – day after Christmas
- Carry on – proceed
- Chuck it – put in
- Cracking – get going
- Easy peasy – very simple
- Hamper – gift basket
- Hen Night – bachelorette party
- Kitchen paper – paper towels
- Lovely jubbly – really nice
- Malarkey – blah blah blah
- Mate – buddy
- Muck around – have fun
- Over the moon – happy
- Pukka – excellent
- Quid – slang for British money, equivalent to about U.S. $1.50
- Spits – splatters
- Whack it here – place in
- Whiz it – mix together
- Wicked – cool
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