British counterpart of the U.S. slang shady
I find it a wee-bit dodgy
Of questionable legality, like a scam, or questionable moral or structural integrity. Originally British.
"Ehhh, I dunno, that piece is pretty dodgy. It's all rusty, hasn't been used in a few decades, it might fall apart."
"Smuggling ganja out of Mendocino could get some tall dollars, but it's a dodgy scam, the cops proly bust people for that all the time."
An emoticon overly used on PBNation. Ususally used to show sarcasm, it is now used for anything and as become exetremely annoying.
That's a great idea! :dodgy:
Disreputable, such as a person who goes to work without any shoes. British slang term.
You see that guy over there? Yea the one wearing the polyester pant suit with the intricate pattern made up entirely of pink flamingos. Now he's a dodgy fellow.
1. Something that has a moderate level of risk.
2. Something that is not quite morally right to be doing.
1. ''Jumping that gap's gonna be a bit dodgy, eh?''
2. ''Dinnae say that about her man, that's well dodgy''
When 2 (or more) people in a photo make awful expressions which are considered above PG in rating or even adult. Hannah and Oliver in photos.
- "Did you see Bob and George in that photo I took of them yesterday? It was so dodgy..."
- "Yea! They were almost as bad as Hannah and Oliver!"
A term used to describe a prank call.
Commonly used in the North East of England.
"Let's dodgy Claire, it'll be funny"
"We dodgied Claire"