“All right love?” – How are you doing?
Don’t be surprised if you are approached by someone who asks you this. It is a phrase used in everyday conversations and can also be considered a form of flirting.
“Give you a bell” – Call you.
This expression is used when someone is saying they will call you. You will often hear this between friends leaving one another: “I’ll give you a bell later.”
“Fit” – hot or sexually desirable.
The word is used to describe a person one finds sexually attractive or hot. It is commonly used.
“The bee’s knees” – Awesome.
This term is used when describing how awesome/fantastic/brilliant something is. You will hear people describe experiences or things with the phrase: “It was the bee’s knees.”
“On the pull” – cruising for sexual intercourse.
This phrase is used when a group of guys/girls are on a night out and are looking for a partner to spend the night with. Often said in the context of: “I’m on the pull tonight.”
“Daft cow” – a stupid or silly person.
This phrase is a way of saying that someone is doing or has done something stupid. This expression can often be heard as: “Don’t be such a daft cow.”
“Have a butchers” – take a good look at something.
This saying is commonly used when someone wants to take a good look at something/someone. It comes from the classic Cockney rhyming slang term: A butcher’s hook = look.
“Starkers” – completely naked.
This word is used when someone is totally naked: “I was completely starkers.”
“Not my cup of tea” – not to my liking.
This expression can be heard in many everyday conversations such as: “No, thanks, that’s not my cup of tea.”
“Minted” – to be rich/have a lot of money.
This expression is used when someone is describing the amount of money someone else has: “She’s totally minted.”