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British Slang?


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Dr.Jekyll8Mr.Hyde's picture Dr.Jekyll8Mr.Hyde
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I’m writing a play. In one scene an American man and English woman are having a row. I need some gritty uncensored British slang or dialect. I remember some stuff, but I’m sure there’s much better material from the many sarcastic wise cracking brits we have here. Please give the meaning if it’s really cryptic. Better yet, use it in a sentence or piece of dialogue. thankyouthankyou...