A derivative of the words "Fair" and "Honest" - Fonest
Created accidentally when a student started to speak with the intention of saying "to be fair" changed mid-sentence to "to be honest". The resulting speak was "to be fonest"
Can be used to take the piss out of someone, completely under miming what they have just said. Or to diffuse potential life and death situations, eg. an encounter with a hungry lion.
(abbreviation for instant messaging geeks: tbf)
Mum: James, I think drinking a bottle of frostys a night is a bad idea...
James: Mum, to be fonest, you're a fuckin' idiot.
Mufasa: Roooooaaaaaarrrrrrr (I'm gonna kill and eat you)
Antelope #1: I taste like shit... to be FONEST
Mufasa: arf arf arf
Antelope #1: fancy a beer and a game of snooker later?
Mufasa: aye sound nowt too shabby man...
1) An apple crossed with a coconut.
Which is used as a form of currency in Bristol UK where the Sydney Opera House has just been built
2) A completely made up word meant as an insult, possibly a combination of the words "nob" and "horse" said at the same time. Origins believed to be from The Ranmoor area of Sheffield, where many confused west-country travellers find themselves trapped in a deadley war of apple bounce and cooridoor bowling
Farmer 1: "I'll give you ten norse for that ay sheep aaay.."
Farmer II: "well, at the end of the day, she aint worth less dan fourteen an a 'alf norse mate,"
Farmer I: "water of a ducks back...."
Alex: "not bein funny wid u bud, but that is the worst thing in the wor-ld"
James: "to be honest, you're so norse Alex"
Alex: "every cloud....."