British Slang and Quirky Sayings
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Can you complete this saying by filling in the missing word? 'let the... out of the bag'
What do us Brits mean if we describe someone as 'dishy' or 'a bit of a dish'?
They are good looking
There face looks like satellite dish
They are clearly overweight
None of the above
Other than when raising their glass to make a toast at a an event, when else might a Brit use the word 'cheers'?
To make someone smile
when saying goodbye
To mean thank you
All of the above
What is missing from this saying, 'Down to a...'?
The letter R
The word dot
The word point
The letter T
What is a 'knees up'?
A sitting possition
A yoga move
A dance style
If someone has sent you on a 'wild goose chase' where have you been?
Chasing wild geese
On long pointless journy
Hunting for something you can't find
A mix of two and three
Can you complete this saying by filling in the blanks? 'It's all... and...'?
Slides and Swings
Swings and Seesaws
Seesaws and Roundabouts
Swings and Roundabouts
If someone says to you 'on yer (your) bike' what do they mean?
They are asking if you would like to go cycling
They are telling you to get back on your bike
They are telling you to go away because they don't like you
It is a way of wishing cyclists luck in a race
Which two words could be used to complete this saying? Keep your... on'
Hair or shirt
Hat or scarf
Shoes or socks
Top or trousers
What does it mean if someone is in a 'strop'?
They are upset
They are scared
They are worried
They are sulking
If someone is 'bladderd' what is wrong with them?
They need to pee
They are drunk
They are unwell
They've been hurt badly
Who is your uncle!!!?
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