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Scum . A worthless person or (someone). scrote . 1. A contemptible group. scare the (someone). pants To off terrify Scouser . A person from (someone). Liverpool, a Liverpudlian. To terrify scrag . To handle roughly. Delicious, person. 2. An abb. of scrotum. scumbag . 1. A despicable or scarper . Go, often hurriedly, scrap . A fight or quarrel. 3. A criminal. objectionable person. 2. A escape. scream blue murder. To make scrotty . Unpleasant, dirty. sleazy person. scavAbb of scavenger. an scrub round.

Rubbish. (the) information item . A couple in a steady superhighway world wide Jaw: Talk Jingle-brained: Addled Jack-the-lad A male who is Jobbie: Man relationship. Joe: Coffee, as in “a cup of joe” jack-up . To inject with drugs. com Jam roll An idiot. Jesus! A profane exclamation urination. person. jam sandwich . A police car, of surprise, anger, frustration. jitters . Severe nervousness. Joey jangle . To gossip. Jesus boots. Sandals. jitty. acquaintence 2. An imbecile. jar A glass of beer or lager, Jesus creepers.

Let off . To break wind, to ‘fart’. quickly. cheeky. long-hair . A hippy. let one go. To break wind, to like flies on shit. Used as lips The labias. long streak of piss . A tall thin fart. emphasis to imply great liquid lunch A lunch break person let (one) rip. To break wind, to numbers and enthusiasm, comprising of alcohol instead of loo . A lavatory. fart. ). Intensely, greatly, food. lookah . Money. lezzer. A lesbian. Derog. very much, speedily. little lick . To perform cunnilingus. like it or lump it.

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