A slang name used to generically describe the suburbs to the east of London
, including Essex
. The suffix "-ford
" denotes that such towns tend to be situated on a river, often the Thames. Such suburbs including Ilford, Stratford, Romford, etc. can therefore be referred to generally without causing direct offense to their residents. The prefix "Bling
" refers to the tendency of some of these residents to wear flashy, or gaudy jewellery, possibly implying that they are chavs
Sociologist: As we can see from this picture, these two people are chavs, sitting in a McDonald's restaurant in Blingford. They are denoted by their tracksuits, gaudy jewellery and next tattoos.
"That's coz you's a tasteless, chavvy, Blingford mutherfucker, innit! Aight?"
Bill: Wow, look at those fireworks dude, they are really special.
Ben: Wow, yeah dude. They really add the wow factor. Totally fucking unforgettable.
A pleasant crescendo caused by the multiple sounds of tattoo artists' needles in a tattoo studio.
Jase the Inker: Isn't that a pleasant sound to the ears of the needle choir?
Customer: Ah fuck, watch what you're doing, that really hurts you fucker!
Derived originally from "Road Rage
" but results in one commuter pushing another commuter onto the rail tracks.
The man was jailed for four years for rail rage when he pushed a woman onto the railway tracks because she asked him not to smoke on the platform.
Refers to being stepped over and ignored with respect to one's rightful accolades. It's origin stems from the audacious treatment of the movie Avatar by the Oscar's Award committee in the 2010 ceremony when it picked up only 3 production related awards and lost out to another, much less grossing movie called Hurt Locker.
Dude 1: I can't understand why I never get promoted at work.
Dude 2: That's because you keep gettin Avatared.
Managementspeak for "no you can't have one".
Employee: can I have another cupboard to store things in my office?
Manager: we are presently seeking to "par down" the amount of storage in this particular area.
A teaching day in the middle of the week designed by universities to ruin both weekends for academics.
Academic wife: Hey honey, come watch "Homes Under the Hammer" with me!"
University Academic: I can't babe, you'll have to Sky+ it. I gotta go to the campus, it's Wednesday