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"I'll slap you so hard that your grandmother will feel it"

in Older times just eating was special. 

If you don't stop crying I'll give you something to cry about! 

2 minutes ago, yen_powell said:

 "Come on, shit or get off the pot", when you are taking too long to do something.

In Portugal, that"either fuck, or get off (from top of her)" :classic_laugh:

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Face like a bag of spanners.

I wouldn't like to pay for their breakfast (about a large person)

Go and throw a few fucks into them (telling someone off)

Blood and guts (the red and cream colour of a particular company's railway carriages)

Up and down like a whore's drawers (about uneven paving)

No two pounds of him hanging straight (an ungainly chap)

 

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To describe a loose woman: "she's as whorish as a chicken"

because of how hens offer their behinds to roosters, I assume :classic_laugh:

 

 

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"... depois não te queixes que o arroz tem formigas"

 

word by word translated to "then don't complain there are ants in your rice". You use it a situation where someone is talking like they are acting or going to act careless, and you reply that "ok, you can do that but then don't come back complaining about current circumstances"

 

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If it ain't broke ...don't fix it.

 

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Dumber than a bag of hammers

 

My dad used that one a lot 

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On 23/03/2021 at 22:17, Pedro said:

To describe a loose woman: "she's as whorish as a chicken"

because of how hens offer their behinds to roosters, I assume :classic_laugh:

 

 

or a fanny like a Wizards sleeve.

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Ya maw’s a beetroot.
 

Yer bums out the windae, ye fuckin bampot.

 

Ye’ve got a face lit a melted welly.

 

Ya wispy-haired, leather-faced, bawbag-eyed, huffy wee fuckbumper.

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"froler la mort n'est rien, passer a coté de la vie est autrement plus grave"  

french biker proverb.

"dicing with death is nothing, missing out on living is far more serious"

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My dad used to comment on drivers ahead of him who were dawdling or indecisive, "Fer Christ sake, he's driving like a fart in a trance."

When a person of the younger generation stops in the street and stands close to my main paving mason and starts a loud mobile phone conversation he turns to one of his labourers and says, "Bradley......Start the saw."

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5 minutes ago, MooN said:

" madder 'n' a box o' frogs"

 

I voted for Moon because he's a cunt!

dos equis lol GIF by Dos Equis Gifs to the World

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10 minutes ago, XTreme said:

I voted for Moon because he's a cunt!

dos equis lol GIF by Dos Equis Gifs to the World

It's a classic.

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50 minutes ago, DesmoDog said:

A guy at work is fond of "you cum gurgling bug fucker". 

 

I doubt it's old but it cracks me up. 

It’s a derivative of “you cum burping gutter slut”.

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I like,  (and often say)  '' he's not quite the shilling '' 

Anyone younger than 60 may not understand :classic_unsure:

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4 minutes ago, boboneleg said:

I like,  (and often say)  '' he's not quite the shilling '' 

Anyone younger than 60 may not understand :classic_unsure:

Isn't it Full Shilling?

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1 minute ago, boboneleg said:

It might be 'half a crown'  or even a 'tanner' 

Used to have a bike mate called Dai Tanner.....who always burst into tears when he fell off!

Anyway.....it really fucked his head up that from Feb 71 he was always known as Dai Two and a Half New Pence!

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1 hour ago, boboneleg said:

I like,  (and often say)  '' he's not quite the shilling '' 

Anyone younger than 60 may not understand :classic_unsure:

See also,

"A sandwich short of a picnic".

"Lost his marbles."

"A screw loose."

"Away with the fairies."

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47 minutes ago, yen_powell said:

See also,

"A sandwich short of a picnic".

"Lost his marbles."

"A screw loose."

"Away with the fairies."

We also say "a few cards short of a full deck"

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