29 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning When You Live In Wales

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3. "Now in a minute".

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What it normally means: "I will concentrate on what you are saying in a minute."

What it means in Wales: The standard response when asked to do anything, even when you intend to do it immediately.

10. Traffic.

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What it normally means: Getting stuck behind slow-moving vehicles on a public highway.

What it means in Wales: Getting stuck behind slow-moving sheep on a public highway.

11. The internet.

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What it normally means: A global computer network that provides information and communication facilities.

What it means in Wales: The only thing slower than getting stuck behind a tractor on a narrow road.

13. Bus.

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What it normally means: A large motor vehicle that carries passengers by road.

What it means in Wales: A large motor vehicle that runs every seven hours and stalls more often than you knew was possible.

14. Trains.

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What it normally means: A series of connected railway carriages that take you from one place to another.

What it means in Wales: A series of connected railway carriages that never run ever.

16. Heart-break.

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What it normally means: The intense, emotional pain you feel after losing a loved one.

What it means in Wales: The intense, emotional pain you felt when Gavin and Charlotte ended.

17. Sunday.

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What it normally means: The seventh day of the week and the day on which there is no post.

What it means in Wales: The seventh day of the week and the day on which nothing is open. Literally nothing.

18. Bus driver.

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What is normally means: A person you will rudely ignore.

What it means in Wales: A person you will greet upon entering the bus and thank upon exiting it.

20. "I won't lie to you."

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What it normally means: "I'm going to start being honest now."

What it means in Wales: "I won't lie to you, but I never really intended to anyway."

21. Chopsy.

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What it normally means: A Chinese dish containing meat and eggs, cooked with bean sprouts, cabbage, and celery.

What it means in Wales: Cocky and talkative.

23. Carrier bags.

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What it normally means: Plastic bags that you put your supermarket shopping in for free.

What it means in Wales: Bags that inexcusably cost 5p. You never need them because you have a Bag For Life.

25. Reversing.

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What it normally means: Backing into a parking place.

What it means in Wales: What you will inevitably have to do for at least 10 minutes every time you meet another car on a country lane.

29. Rugby.

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What it normally means: A team game played with an oval ball that may be kicked, carried and passed between players.

What it means in Wales: Something England never wins.