English public school for turds. Also used to describe Korean soldiers during the Korean war.
'I say Molesworth, you've left noggies floating in the lav'
Rare but recorded London phrase for 'Do me a favour'. Totally mystery origin, unless you know the answer.
"Oi Trev, you're not saying you need my motor again, do me a lemon..."
Polite term my family uses for a fart, usually a silent one of unknown origin.
David, have you just made a smell again?
Gob of phlegm in the street, also 'Dockyard oyster' from Portsmouth Dockyard.
Mind the road there, you'll tread in that oyster.
Comparing the way British Indians speak with the Welsh accent
Those new neighbours speak very good Bombay Welsh
Nice word parents use in front of children for a fart
Abigail:'Giles dear, wind down the window, I think Guy's done another windy'
Giles:'Are you sure that wasn't you Abigail?'
Also the streaks of poo that appear on a man's willy after anal sex
Ugh, you've got winnits! You're a fag!