British Slang As Guessed By An American

Consider this the new British dictionary.

The BuzzFeed UK team sent me (a clueless American) the following British slang terms from across the ocean and I was tasked with guessing their meanings. This is my terrible attempt to decipher British culture:

1.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
2.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
3.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
4.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
5.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
6.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
7.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
8.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
9.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
10.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
11.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
12.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
13.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
14.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
15.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
16.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
17.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
18.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
19.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
20.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
21.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
22.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
23.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
24.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
25.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
26.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
27.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
28.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
29.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
30.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
31.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed
32.
Matt Bellassai / BuzzFeed

correction

“A bit naff” has been given the correct British definition, because the American couldn’t even get the real meaning right.

Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!

Facebook Conversations
          
    Hot Buzz

    The 2014 VMAs Were Officially Sponsored By Butts

    trashy

    How Hot Are You?

    collection
    Now Buzzing