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i recently was cleaning my room and came across and old english assignment paper where i was to find some english slang words's definisions. "english" as in british english. i found a lot of them ( there were like...50 of them or smthn) but i missed out on 3 which to this day still i havent found on google.

can someone please fill me in?


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All gone Pete Tong
usage: "Yeah, I was installing Splinter Cell 3, but it went tits up. Sodding Starforce 3"


Either someone who is fugly, or a trogladyte:
    1. A member of a fabulous or prehistoric race of people that lived in caves, dens, or holes.
    2. A person considered to be reclusive, reactionary, out of date, or brutish.
    1. An anthropoid ape, such as a gorilla or chimpanzee.
    2. An animal that lives underground, as an ant or a worm.

Right.... it's shorthand for 'love' used in text messaging of all kinds
It's also often used as the written form of 'love' in sentances such as:
''s alright luv, I'll make some rosie lee'. You could equate it to the -chan suffix in jap in a way.
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Oh dear......
*** is also a term for dogsbody in boarding schools.
f-a-g is censored here for some reason. Probably some 12 year old using it in a derogetory form

English slang isn't British. It's cockney, or geordie, or scottish or welsh, etc. Each area of the UK has it's own dialect, from the west coun'ry to pompey and so on.
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