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Chur Bro is a very common slang term in New Zealand / Aotearoa. It means thank you or that’s nice. The text reads 100% chur New Zealand. This is a play on 100% pure. The text is written in Maori style, Kowahaiwhai patterns using traditional colours (white, red and black).
Tags: you, chur, chur-bro, thanks, slang
A host of South African slang words and colloquialisms displayed on the flag of South Africa, (black, white, blue, red, green and gold). Boerewors, bokkie, brak, Bra, bru, cherry, braai, eina!, Dop, dof, baas, blou, jislaaik!, Gesuip, hoesit, paraat, skief, Skinner, skop, goof, katkop, klankie, kwaai, lekker, muggie, moer-toe, skraal, skrik, Smaak, voertsek, tekkies.
Tags: dof, tekkies, voertsek, smaak, skrik
A host of Cockney rhyming slang (London) words and sayings, displayed on the flag of the United Kingdom, the Union Jack. Some of these terms have spread across the globe. Adam and Eve – believe, bees and honey – money, tea leaf – thief, Barnaby Rudge – Judge, dog and bone – phone, Frog and Toad, – road, jam-jar – car, and more
Tags: jam jar, road, frog and toad, phone, dog and bone
A host of English slang words displayed on the flag of England, the red and white St George’s Cross. Many of these terms have spread across the globe. Barmy, Bespoke ,Bob’s your uncle, Blimey ,Brassed off, Cheerio, Cracking Donkey’s years, Duck, Faff, Full monty, Not my cup of tea, Porkies, Pukka, Shirty, Skive, Suss and Zonked.
Tags: zonked, suss, skive, shirty, porkies
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A host of Scottish slang words displayed on the flag of Scotland, the blue and white St Andrew’s Cross. Many of these terms have spread across the globe.“Pure dead brilliant”, “Am pure done in”, “Ma heid’s mince”, “Yer oot yer face!”, “Yer aff yer heid”, Boggin, “a-wiz-nae”, anno, “a um nay”, cannae, cannie, gingin, Lassy, minted, numpty, “oan yer bike”,skint, tatties, weegie, tap, oot, “Noo jist haud on!”, “Speak o’ the Devil!”, Gumption
Tags: gumption, noo jist haud on, oot, tap, weegie