Vagina, named after early 18th century English erotic novel 'Fanny Hill'. Later became slang for the posterior in the USA.
She takes it in the fanny but never the ass.
Excellent. As popularised by 'Only Fools And Horses', a sitcom watched by over 30m Britons at its peak. Used when a person hear's pleasing news, or gets a storke of good luck.
Popularised in the mid-1990s by television commercials for soft drink Tango, a British equivilent of Fanta. The original commercials featured an obese man painted orange who would tap Tango drinkers on the shoulders as they sipped the beverage. As they turned around in surprise he would slap them in the face simultaneously with both hands then disappear. The narrator woudl then proclaimed "you know when you've been tangoed!". The commercial was such a success that they continued with a host of other characters, including a Napoleon-like figure with a wobbly orange hand who would wobble it in people's faces before the catch phrase. These commercials helped make Tango Europe's number one orange soda during the 1990s. The term 'tangoed' is now used to mean shocked or insulted.
"You know when you've been Tangoed!"
To headbutt someone. See also glasgow kiss
. Popular in Scotland, apparently.
Slang originating in London England but now widespread. Means something that is nasty
. Can also mean an unpleasant feeling.
"God I feel so manky this morning."
My god, look at those shirt potatoes!
An impression made in sand by the surprise erection of a male sunbather.
The beach was crowded with topless beauties and I left a sand hole.