Chuffed to Bits
Buy Your BritSlang.com Dictionary Design
Chuffed to Bits – This is another great British Slang Term. It means very pleased with or very happy about something and is very similar to another British Saying, “Pleased as Punch”.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
British Sayings, chuffed to bits
British Sayings – British Slang – British Words
- Cheesed Off:
Cheesed Off - This Little Ditty Means Tired Or Bored With Something. It Can also Stretch to Feeling Annoyed.
- British Artwork: Now that you read all of the Funny British Words on our site. We have tshirts for sale as well as artwork. You can visit hundreds of framed pictures and posters by clicking on the banner to the left.
And if you don't like it? Well Bollocks to you! Here is a British Expression definition of Bollocks.
The clear dictionary definition of this word is ‘testicles”, however the UK interpretation is a little different, meaning nonsense or rubbish.
The word first comes ...
L.O.M.B.A.R.D. - A Cockney Acronym for a Bloke with Loads of Money But a Right D_ _ k Head! Not Much Upstairs...Get me?
Bloke - A Strange and Befuddling Word to the Americans. Try Using it as a Verb Instead of a Noun. I'm Right Bloked, I am! A British Bloke is You Guessed it. It's a Guy.
- Gert Macky:
Gert Macky - Gi-normous, Huge, Out of This World! This is a Bristolian specific expression that many other Brits would have never ever heard of.