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At the same time, love does not mean that you should expect him to pick up the phone all the time or text you constantly.
Arse over elbow - This is another way of saying head over heels but is a little more descriptive. Do not use this in a manipulative way, though.
Smashing - If something is smashing, it means it is terrific.
To whinge is to whine. Posh - Roughly translates as high class, though if you look at Posh Spice there are clearly exceptions to the rule! It's really funny hearing the commentators when he gets the ball saying "it's Totty for Italy".
To - We go to school from ages 5 to He meant I was being pathetic or a bit of a nancy boy. Often shortened to just "The dog's".
The origin is apparently unknown. Pissed - This is a great one for misunderstanding.
Put paid to - This is an expression which means to put an end to something. Knockers - Another word 10 signs dating sociopath breasts.
But guess what… what made our last girlfriend happy sometimes is totally different from what makes you happy.
Sad - This is a common word, with the same meaning as naff. This is the result of a double rhyme, starting with the original rough synonym "arse", which is rhymed with "bottle and glass", leading to "bottle".
At one time, in England, a chap was employed to go round the streets to wake the workers up in time to get to work.
Now you know why it has taken me 3 years to add it in here. He says he wants to be with me forever and that he loves me- I mean, could see us being like that but does he really mean it or is he just saying what he thinks I want to hear? People like Fergie can get away with it though.
Blow me - When an English colleague of mine exclaimed "Blow Me" in front of a large American audience, he brought the house down. Sod all - If you are a waiter in America and you serve a family of Brits, the tip is likely to be sod all or as you would call it - nothing.
It also means to beat something with a whip, but when your wife tells you she flogged the old TV it is more likely she has sold it than beaten it hopefully!
April in Paris - Aris from Aristotle - bottle which is from bottle and glass - arse. The link is fairly apparent I feel!
You know what I mean. Fancy - If you fancy something then it means you desire it. A fit bloke would be the male equivalent.