Cockney background (Way of speaking in London), Means One Hundred GBP (pounds)
"Oi mate, lend us a ton"
100 - strangely, not 1000 - GB pounds sterling. Or any other currency for that matter.
from cockney dialect.
oi geez, lend us a ton?
The Ton is the village of Tongwynlais, a few miles north of Cardiff, Wales
Question: "where d'yuh live?"
Answer: "In the Ton"
Describing something in a large amount.
i love you tons baby.
"the ton" A speed of 100mph.
John nearly did the ton on the way to work.
A FAT ASS such a large piece of shit that cant fit through dorways
RYAN PACIFIC. man tons go kill your self
used excessively in the online poker community, meaning many, lots of, several, countless, etc etc (insert any synonym of your choice)
Fish: I was like so crushed in that hand!
Shark: No, you actually had a ton of outs!
Shark: Watching those poker videos has helped me a ton!
Shark: You don't have a ton of equity with 98s you fish!
An abbreviation for town
usually used in text messaging or msn by people who are so lazy that they can't even put in an extra letter.
Lazy Guy(via text):"Hey do u wana go 2 ton today"
Grammer obsessed friend(via text):"In future please refrain from using such vulgur abbreviations and yes it would please me to visit town with you today."