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Andy Gibson posted a Blog entry on 19 February 2009 - 2:23pm.
Claire and I were in a charity shop by the office, buying suits for the next Formal Friday, and overheard the assistants giving the new Japanese assistant lessons in London slang. Here are a few terms, for those who aren't sufficiently 'street' to know them already:
'peng' = good/hot
'butters' = bad/ugly (As in "dem beats is butters man")
'nang' = good
'sick' = also good
'sket' = a slut, a sexually promiscuous girl
Also enjoyed their exchange with their six-year old sister:
- 6yo: "Why can't I say 'sket'?"
- Sister: "Um... because it's offensive"
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Andy Gibson posted a link on 28 December 2008 - 6:42pm.
Nice set of tips on how to speak this particular dialect of Persian - although the techniques could presumably apply to any language.
If anyone is interested, there is a language show on at Olympia in London today, tomorrow and Sunday, called the "language show" (logically enough).
It's free if you register in advance, else I think you can pay on the door on the day. I'm going to go and check it out.
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