Have you ever watched a British movie and gone – "gee, golly, gosh, I have no idea what in the world they're saying!"
You're not alone. If you've ever been utterly befuddled by British lingo, you may very well be one of the millions of Americans that are stymied by the language of our British cousins. Its even worse with British cursewords, which are truly incomprehensible.
Here's your handy dictionary for understanding them.
1. Arse, arsehole
See British people are fancy, so instead of ass and assh*le, they decided to add an “r” and make it all difficult, so now here you are struggling to draw out the words.
Originally meant to signify an illegitimate child; now means an unpleasant person or situation. The American equivalent would be the equally objectionable f*ccboi.
3. Bell, bellend
This lovely word literally means the end of the penis. Comparable to the American assh*le or d*ck.
Don’t ask us why.
A super, really horrible and derogatory word for a woman of Arabic origins. Also, a slut, whore or b*tch.
Really, this isn’t something you want to say in mixed company – or at all…