the bilge is the part of a ship below the floor boards of the bottom level, just above the hull... ie the darkest and most grim part of the boat. a rat is, well, a small annoying (and to some people, scary) rodent. Therefore the term "bilge rat" is a pirate insult.
arrr, ye be a great foolish bilge rat, ye be!
some group in the early thirties invented a language named "aigan." it sort of died out until recently, when a few pupils at George wWatson's College, Edinburgh, U.K came across it on the internet a few years ago. THey are now fluent in the language and it is hillarious! it's even better when they start speaking in German aigan, or, if you read on, Gaigermaigan aigaaigigaigan...
how to speak it: "simply" place "aig" before EACH vowel in the word.
a different version is where you do the same thing with "ooo" instead of "aig".
haigalaigo craigaig! thaigis aigis aiga traigibaigutaige taigo yaigoaigu aigand staigephaigen!
("hello Craig! This a tribute yo you and stephen!")
a term used to describe very fine food. used at St Mary's School, U.K often. Still used by some people.
I say, this tastes like ripping muck.
what ripping muck!
have you heard of this new computer malarky, what's it called, the twinterweb?
do you have the twinternet?
1. you all know... ie the was that comes out le derriere.
2. a great word to use instead of swearing. see calzoncillos
weebl: lo bob. you going to the gig tonight?
Bob: lo weebl. it was yesterday.
i'm not clear on it's background; look at the others for that. but i can tell you that it can be used infront of a noun, when describing, for example, where you're going to your parents.
parent; Jo, where are you going tonight?
Jo: to yonder manga club.