In the North-East of England to meet someone means basically to date someone, or act as if you were going out with someone for a night. It is seen as less serious than going out with someone.
Girl-We have been meeting someone for 3 weeks now..dont you think we should go out
Girl- I cant believe you had sex with a Pony
Boy- I didnt think you would mind cos were only meeting.
Boy1- Did you get any action last night
Boy2-Yeah I met 3 girls and this Pony
a term used for french kiss in many parts of dublin, ireland.
can often be heard when one guy might ask a girl to meet his friend...
shift is a similar word to be heard in rural ireland.
as score is to be heard from the posher of the lrish.
but an old fashioned would you let my friend stick his tounge in your gob seems to do the trick in all parts!
"eh, will ya meet me mate?(pointing action to random guy in crowd of swaring guys around a group girls or sometimes girl on her own)?"
1) To French Kiss.
Usually used in Dublin or other parts of Ireland
See make out
Ughh! I can't believe you met Aaron!
meet-french kiss. term used in ireland.
-to be meeting someone is like to be half dating them. a half sort of commitment between single and going out.
-but to meet someone is a once off deal, usually at paty/disco/drunken state.
-to have met someone is past tense.
-will ya meet him ova der?
-iwas meeting him a while ago but never went out wit him.
-i met him nd him nd him nd him nd him las week at d club.
A term used to describe a french kiss between to Irish youths (usually). It's usually heard around the Dublin area, and I've not heard of it anywhere else.
Sean: My friend really wants to meet you tonight. (to non Irish person)
Non Irish person: Yeh sounds good. where and what time does he want to meet?
Sean: <*seems confused that non Irish person is so precise about meeting people.*>
Usually used in Ireland(Haven't heard it used anywhere else) It means to french kiss,snog or anything else, If you where a female, you could get fingered if you arranged to 'Meet' someone, its not vertified. ;)
''Hey, will you meet my friend?'' *points at friend*
To give someone a french-kiss.
Johnny Met Sheila.
(In Past Tense Meet is Met)
mostly used in liverpool and ireland, meet is to kiss but also use the tounge like a snog or a french kis .....
hey charlotte cum an meet me round da corner