Bacon bapBacon sandwichBacon buttyBacon muffin
It's a bacon butty!
When something contains flavourings derived from the herb Mentha longifoliaWhen you're describing something that is goodWhen you didn't quite understand what something meantWhen you need to freshen your breath
You'd use "mint" to describe something that is good!
"Mate, those trakkies are dead mint!"
It's disgustingIt's excitingIt's suspended in airIt's delicious
You'd use "hanging" to describe something disgusting.
As in, "Ew, I got with a bloke last night that was proper hangin'!"
Sit downGo awayGive them £1Down a shot
You'd use "do one" when you want someone to go away.
A charming alternate to "fuck off".
To describe a rumour a lot of people are discussingWhen you're feeling anxiousWhen you're feeling excitedTo describe a popular person
You'd use the term "buzzing" when you're feeling excited about something.
As in, "I am buzzin' for the gig tonight."
When something smells weirdWhen you've given upWhen something is very bigWhen someone is being mean
You might use the term "well snide" when someone is being unreasonably mean.
"Nah, miss. Don't give me detention, that's well snide."
Make the person who said it a cup of teaMake cups of tea for a group of peopleMake yourself a cup of teaVenture off to a brewery to make the finest beer
You would make the person who said it a cup of tea.
When something is being fixedWhen someone's being kissed and gropedWhen someone is getting drunkWhen you're going to relax
You'd use the term "getting fettled" when describing something being fixed.
As in, "my car's in the shop getting fettled."
When someone curses too muchWhen you're prayingWhen you're pleading with someoneWhen you're making a promise
You would use "swear down" when making a promise.
As in, "I swear down, I didn't batter him."
It's similarIt's gorgeousIt's expensiveIt's raining
You'd say "it's spitting" when it's lightly raining.
"Let's not go town, it's spitting now."
You're sitting/standing too close to meYou're convincing meYou surprised meYou're annoying me
You'd say "peckin' me 'ead'" when someone is annoying you.
Are You Fluent In Mancunian?
You're probably too posh to step foot in Manchester, but you're missing out.
You could probably hold a somewhat successful conversation with someone from Manchester, but you can hardly claim you're fluent.
You must live in, or close to, Manchester. Well done!