What does drilling mean sexually?
verb – transitive to penetrate sexually. Last edited on Dec 10 2010.
What are Roadmen and chavs?
After hearing 2 lads talking on the bus I always got the impression that a roadman was a chav who sold weed (and possibly other recreational drugs). A roadman is chav that dresses that way by choice… a real chav is someone who can only dress that way as of their financial situation.
What is a chav TikTok?
Defined as “a young person characterised by brash and loutish behaviour, usually with connotations of a low social status”, ‘chavs’ have seemingly made their return to popular culture, this time on TikTok.
Is chav a swear word?
The word chav “is deeply offensive” and should no longer be permitted as a smokescreen for class hatred.
What is a Bando?
Bando, American-English slang for an abandoned house which is often used as a drug house.
What does Big Man Ting mean?
In slang, BMT can be an acronym for Big Man Ting, a Jamaican English phrase meaning “grown-up thing” and referring to adult matters or concerns. Jamaican speakers may use big man ting with the effect of “for real,” “seriously,” or “no joke,” e.g., Big man ting, that new single from Drake is the greatest.
What does still mean in Roadman?
Styll sounds like “still” but it means you agree or it’s true. It’s like the 80’s saying, “word.”
What does G4 mean in slang?
Internet Slang, Chat Texting & Subculture (2) Technology, IT etc (2) G4 — TV for Gamers. G4 — Logistics Staff at Corps & Division. G4 — Assistant Chief of Staff, G4 (Logistics)
What does Big Man mean in slang?
slang. : leader especially : an unlawful wholesale dealer in narcotics.
What does wasteman mean in Jamaica?
Worthless person. Someone who is utterly useless, has done nothing at all with their life and has made little to no contribution to society. Patois: Him a wasteman, thirty six an still liv inna him madda house.
How do you say love in Jamaican?
‘Boonoonoonoos’ Boonoonoonoos is a Jamaican saying to express love.
How do you say goodbye in Jamaican?
How to Say Goodbye in Jamaican Patois
- “Lickkle more” – translates to “little more” but means see you later.
- “Mi Gaan” – I’m gone, Goodbye.
- “Lata” – Later ; See you later.
- “Inna Di Morrows” – See you tomorrow.
- “Walk gud / tek care” – Stay Safe / Take Care.
- “Mi ago mek a trod / mek a move” – I am about to leave; I am about to make a move.
What is a Yardie man?
Yardie (or Yaadi) is a term often used, particularly within the Caribbean expatriate and Jamaican diaspora community, to refer to persons of Jamaican origin, though its exact meaning changes depending on context. The term is derived from the Jamaican patois for home or “yard”.
How do you say see you soon in Jamaican?
It means “I’ll see you soon”. The literal translation of “Inna di likkle bit” is “In the little bit”.
What does Bumboclaat mean?
any cursed or disdained thing
Is Bloodclaat a swear word?
Definitions of “Bloodclaat” (Vulgar) Bloodclaat is used as an adjective when cussing. The direct translation is Blood Cloth, meaning sanitary towel! Raasclaat and Bumboclaat and Battyclaat translate as Bum Cloth, as in toilet roll!
Is Bumbaclart a swear word?
this is a jamaican curse word. The meaning: bumbo is the a woman’s private parts and the claat is (sanitary napkin ) in time gone by it use to be from cloth…Hence Bumbo claat. A Jamaican slang word . Often used to show that you are surprised or shocked .