Words.......that only you might know? Your family uses? Words unique to a place or area? When I was growing up my SCOTTISH MOM used lots of Scottish slang words,midan,arse,mince,pie hole,joker,ect,DA is Jewish,used many Jewish words,toucus,gentile lol.you get the point....Have any unique words? My daughter called my son a jimmypolitz once when she was mad at him....no idea what it means...
Your room looks like a midden = Your room looks like a tip/mess/ cesspool.
Irish and Scottish :)
OH aye,the middan! still use the word
My boss is getting called a 'feckin eejit' later when I inform him that his desk looks like a 'middan'! haha
Brilliant ladies...I adore researching celtic/irish/scottish slang.
We say bint-woman.
Bint haha classic :-)
LMAO Amanthu, this made my day.
Craggy Island is just like home, everyone walking around, shouting 'feck off'
.going to look.....
When I hit puberty, upon entering the room my grandma would announce to everyone present (regardless of visitors) "aww look at his bumfluff" in reference to my face sprouting facial hair!
How is that for embarrasment!
hillarious!! Oh my.......
blethering......my mom used that one alot too.....
My Great-grandmother used the word "dasn't". Its like Shouldn't. I haven't heard it used elsewhere in speech but I have seen it pop up once or twice in some Stephen King .
I dont think I've heard that one,either