Suit. From Cockney rhyming slang: whistle and flute
Lookit me noo white wissaw and flute!
Loose change, all that remains of your coffers after a very long drinking binge at your local
Stone me! I went out with a monkey last night and all got left is shrapnel and doner kebab stains!
Muppet, idiot, fool, one of little brain power, a tool, a silly sausage, a fuckwit
"You dozy twonk, you sposeta taka safety off firs"
Scum of the earth. Dirty, low-down rotten trickster. Conman of the lowest order. Like a pikey, chav or gypsy but not quite as bad.
98 year old woman: "All my money's gone from my bank account - can't remember why now"
Skuzzbucket "That's coz I knicked it, batch! Your loss!
To tinker with to improve something. A derivation of "tweak" but often used in the same sentence.
Would-be mechanic on pavement "Poxy carb's all fucked up"
Looker-on-with-no-knowledge-of-cars-whatsoever "Give it some tweakit and weakle, be awwight"
English word for "tea". Also the Japanese word for tea.
Englishman: "Would you like a cup o' cha old bean?"
Japanese man "Hai! Domo!"
To move at speed, quickly proceed.
"I was hammering down the motorway at about 160 mph and this geezer onna rice boi bike hammers past me!"