UK English term for a sandwich, particularly said from Birmingham upwards. The London equivalent would be "sarnie
Probably comes from the word butter.
"What've you got for your dinner?"
UK English Primary school word for penis - even more childish than willy
Can be lengthened to widgy if you want.
"Miss, Miss - I fell over and hurt my widge."
A totally new concept, that uses radical ideas such as 'chatting' 'online' and the underground PC game 'The Sims ©' to create a wonderful haven of paedophiles, 11 year old girls, and 49 year old men pretending to be 11 year old girs/paedophiles
"omf a/s/l?? u wanna go and cyberz on "The Sims© Online" i kno a gr8 plase were dez dis brothel run by diz 14 yer old grl! lamofrol!!1one *snort*"
A word used in UK slang which can mean:
1. An exclamation of surprise (usually shock).
2. An adjective meaning bad/poor.
3. An adjective meaning good (similar to how "sick" is used).
1. "Did you know that Fred crashed his car last night?", "Woah, state".
2. "Have you seen that toilet? It's well state"
3. "I did a turbo
last night, it were well state"