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Title: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BPMar on June 12, 2012, 04:17:57 pm
Betwwen throwing slang words and sayings to Nakia and forever getting them thrown at me from my Ga. friend....anyone out there who has any to share?   :dknow:  Heck if I know if we have any that are from where we are??
I heard one on tv that I love...Crazier than a vampire in sunlight!   :laugh:
Another one is from the movie Crystal, the actual meaning behind it was interesting.....mad as a hatter!  I don't know how I came across what it meant but it was in re; back in the day of how they made hats.  The fumes...glue? would drive them crazy...maybe like sniffing glue!

Anyone got any??


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: steptoe91(tozie) on June 12, 2012, 05:02:36 pm
how about:

Crazy as a sprayed roach

... used to describe my mother-in-law... frequently.  :slaph:

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when asked 'where's the walmart'

its up there round the bend
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 :thinkin3:

the funny thing is, usually i say them without thinking twice til someone from the board/chat says  :hmm:  wha???

will try to remember more...



Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: looniebirds on June 12, 2012, 05:12:45 pm
Prettier than a speckled pup.  Or That girl has more ailments than Carters has little liver pills.  Dumb as a box of rocks.  Brown as a berry.   I got my own fish to fry.  Uglier than sin.  Nervous as a cat.  Sweating bullets.  Colder than a witch's tit in a brass bra.  Colder than a well-digger's hindparts....


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 12, 2012, 05:16:46 pm
- I am your Huckleberry

- Dingus

- Goober

- Welcome to the suck

- Bumpin Uglies

Thats it for now, having a "brain fart"  :ugstpd:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BPMar on June 12, 2012, 05:29:54 pm
 :handshappy: Great job!!! 
Ok... :dknow: brown as a berry?...as in dingleberry??  :laffhrd: :dknow:...and Carter...as in a store or Billy Carter??


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: steptoe91(tozie) on June 12, 2012, 05:35:50 pm
scromp or scrompin' == refering to uh... well... um... :sex:

gotta scratch my frog  === refering to a girl's ...uh.. well, her uh... part.  :ashamed:

sweatin' like a hooker in church

he's fine as frog's hair

you lie like a dog!

gotta pee like a racehorse

from my Nana's time: Dont you try to sell ME a pig in a poke!
translation: dont try to fool me; a poke was a bag.

my favorite 'G' rated curse: Sorry sap sucking son of a biscuit eating mother huncher. or just sorry sap sucker for short.  :smile3:


 :thinkin3:


 :laugh:  ya'll are killin me... just how purty IS a speckled pup????


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: steptoe91(tozie) on June 12, 2012, 05:38:56 pm
:handshappy: Great job!!! 
Ok... :dknow: brown as a berry?...as in dingleberry??  :laffhrd: :dknow:...and Carter...as in a store or Billy Carter??

i've heard the carter one... there's a store named Carter??


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: grey782163 on June 12, 2012, 06:45:15 pm
From a friend of mine in Louisville - "You are dumber than the bumps on a pickle"
From my grandmother - "there's more than one way to choke a cat than with a pound of butter"
From my mother - "a man can hit you all he wants, but he's gotta sleep sometime" to my teenage sisters
                         "if you always do what you always did, you always get what you always got"
My father (pickup line that actually worked on mom - "my ain't you the sweetest lookin heifer I ever did see"
a preacher in Atlanta Airport "The man done commited unspeakable acts of negrocity" don't know what negrocity is, but it seems to be something you don't speak of
employee at work - "Mr George, you need to come quick, Miss Debbie's hair be all on fire" translation, Debbie was upset


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BPMar on June 12, 2012, 06:48:38 pm
 :laffhrd: :laugh:

Not sure where I came up with this "creature" but I would call my friend a buck-eyed possum!  :dknow: :ugstpd: :laffhrd:

Heifer...I've heard of a Heifer ho!


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: steptoe91(tozie) on June 12, 2012, 06:53:37 pm
 :laugh: :laffhrd: :2funny2:

omg!! i'm dying here!! the bumps on a pickle??? <snort>  :2funny2:  and ur dad must've been quite the smooth talker... :roll:  i really like the preacher's words but i absolutely LOVE the last one!! i can sooooo see it! first of all, my boss would've been  :bugeye:  and grabbing a fire extinguisher.  :laugh:  secondly, i'm curious...did ya know what they meant from the beginning? or did ya expect to see a michael jackson kinda thing? ....and  i'm still laughing here....


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sondra on June 12, 2012, 06:54:03 pm
That's as useless as tits on a boar hog!

Suckcocker - we all know what a cocksucker is, well a suckcocker is a repeat offender.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 12, 2012, 07:04:59 pm
It's hotter than a ditch diggers ass crack in August (from an unknown memory deep in South Carolina during my Marine journeys)


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 12, 2012, 07:05:45 pm
Stinkfinger  :smile3:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 12, 2012, 07:14:01 pm
Girl?  You look like sex on a stick in that dress  :laffhrd:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: looniebirds on June 12, 2012, 07:19:42 pm
Funkatism [a bad odor]
So confused he don't know his ass from a hat.
Too tired to die.
One french fry short of a Happy Meal.
Crazy like a fox.
Stupid is as stupid does.
Ankles so skinny they can't hold her socks up. (this was said about me once.]
I didn't know whether to *bleep* or go blind,


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: looniebirds on June 12, 2012, 07:24:17 pm
Oh, and shut your pie hole.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sondra on June 12, 2012, 07:41:23 pm
That girl wears tug boats fer shoes.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: looniebirds on June 12, 2012, 07:45:53 pm
Aw, it'll get well before you get married.
Wish in one hand, *bleep* in the other.
When someone was walking around in a bad mood, they had their tail on their shoulders.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BPMar on June 12, 2012, 08:17:26 pm
fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down

hotter than a goatís butt in a pepper patch

Scarier than a striped haint-



Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: grey782163 on June 12, 2012, 09:37:38 pm
I don't know whether to sh*t, cry, or bake a cake


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 12, 2012, 09:40:57 pm
Ya'll are in one giant *bleep* storm...


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 12, 2012, 09:42:46 pm
My Wife should know this.  MAR!!??  We got any sh it paper left!!??  :weirdo3:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Debz on June 12, 2012, 11:35:42 pm
 :laugh: you American language too funny!


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Nakia on June 13, 2012, 03:42:04 am
 :laugh: :laugh:Ya'll are killin' me here :laugh: :laugh:

When Mar asked me about sayings down here, I couldn't remember a single one, but they are comin' back to me reading all this!! :lol:

Nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rockin' chairs.

There's more than one way to skin a cat.

Having a wall eyed fit.

This one I call my friend at work all the time. She only stands 4'11". Half pint heifer. Sometimes when I call her on the phone & she doesn't answer, I will ask whoever answers, "Where's that 'Half Pint Heifer' gone to now?"

Tied up like a dog. In the boy/girl having fun sense, not like chained.

My sister used to say this all the time. "Well, I'll be a Son of a Siberian Rat Raiser."

These are some of my personal favorites I like to use, especially at work:
Ya' snooze, ya' looze!"
Move it or lose it!
When someone asks me if I'm 'Having a nice day?' I reply, "Day ain't over yet!" That's from the City Slickers movie when Curly was asked if he'd killed anybody today.

Over yonder a ways. Meaning: Could be round the corner or down the road a little bit. In other words...I ain't got no clue!
I ain't got no. Meaning...I don't have any idea what you mean.

Ya'll come back, ya' hear?

Well, bless my pea pickin' heart. Bless your heart.

Catty wompas. Actually, that is more deep south like Miss. than Texas. So is: tumped over. My sister's 2nd ex-husband was from Miss.

She's as excited as a 'Cat in heat.'

"D'Jeet yet?" Meaning: "Did you eat, yet?"

Scoot a Boot. Meaning: Go dancing

"I'm so thirsty I could lick the sweat off a bull's balls!"
(http://i879.photobucket.com/albums/ab352/Mikkwa/048-1.jpg)

Don't just sit there like 'A bump on a log'.

Sunny Beaches.

Sorry is as sorry does.









Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Nakia on June 13, 2012, 04:05:45 am
I'm fixin' ta'...Meaning: "I'm about to get started on it."

This I tell my critters all the time: "I'm workin' on it!" Usually when 'I'm fixin' ta' feed them. :lol:

'Ya'll got eny of dem der' (whatever your looking for...)

'I'm gonna' be all over you like stink on a bug.'  Meaning: "I'm going to beat the crap out of you."

"Yer gittin' a whuppin' fer dat!"

Better close your barn door. Your horses are gonna' get out. Meaning: 'Your fly on your zipper is open.'
I said that to a CO, a Sgt. at that, one morning at the metal detector at work as he was coming in. He looked at me & said, "Whut?" Some of the older Cos started laughing. He got the message & turned around to zip it. Don't know why he felt he had to turn around since he'd been standing there "exposed" for a few mins. already?  :dknow: :dmblaf: Not like I hadn't already seen all he had to offer... :Oh: :wink1:

Goin' down to the 'Cut & Shoot' Meaning: The bar for a drink.

"Git it & go!"

'Hung like a Bull'

Butt Ugly

She's so ugly, she's a 2 bagger. Meaning: It takes two bags put over her head for me to wanna'...you know what I mean...



Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: YoshiMike13 on June 13, 2012, 08:42:43 am
go drop the cosby's off at the pool = take a shizz



Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BPMar on June 13, 2012, 08:53:03 am
Here are some from my Ga. friend~

Over yonder, out the door
Drunker than cooter brown
You make my a*s itch
Kiss my a*s to the pink
Fence strattler
Cry titty
Britches
Don't bite off your nose to spite your face

 :dknow: :hardlaf:

I just used the "barn door" one on D's friend a few weeks ago!  :laffin2:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: wishforabird on June 13, 2012, 08:59:03 am
oo mikey that last one was racist! wow!  my dad had these 'isms' i saw some of them here.

"if you want a friend, BE a friend" that was Emerson but he said it ALL The time when we were bickering.
if we told him we wanted something he would say "want in one hand and spit in the other, see which one fills up first.." I never even thought it could have been a cuss word Nakia! LOL!

my NY native friend says a lot of them, like "he is not worth the powder to blow him to hell!"
and "it is hotter than the hinges of hell in here!"

some that float around here are:
"ghetto is as ghetto does"
"you are slower than molasses in January!"

ok thought of a few more
since we became parents, we have the V chip thingy in our heads lol, so we say this stuff instead of cussing..
hubbys fav it seems: "GOD BLESS AMERICA " when he is mad/frustrated! LOL!!
smoother than butter off a bald monkey!

dang I drew a blank lol!!




Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 13, 2012, 10:58:44 am
Uglier than a bag of a$$holes

Bust a$$ (fart)

Your so ugly it makes me want to slap your mama

You drive like old people *bleep*

It's like shooting someone with a squirt gun when they're dying of thirst


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: wishforabird on June 13, 2012, 02:07:54 pm
when facing a [impossible] situation- or when the action is not equal to the task: "it's like bailing out the Titanic with a teaspoon!"

"like pouring perfume on a pig!"  :stupid1:

when someone has made a mountain out of a mole hill: "did the world end? get over it":




Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sondra on June 13, 2012, 03:33:20 pm
When someone just prattles on and on -Their mouth goes like a Whipperwill's tail in the spring!


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 13, 2012, 03:43:52 pm
Sometimes, it's just like pulling out a$$ hairs.  Time consuming and slightly painful.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sondra on June 13, 2012, 05:32:58 pm
Graceful as a pregnant elephant!- heard when someone walks into a wall, trips over air, etc.

Heard when someone farts - "Did you see that elephant run under my chair?"



Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: grey782163 on June 13, 2012, 10:05:20 pm
Never try to teach a pig to sing opera, it wastes your time and annoys the pig

If someone passes gas, they look around and say "Damn African Barking Frogs!"


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: YoshiMike13 on June 15, 2012, 06:46:23 am
i dont say it wishy, i have just heard it before. im not racist


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: grey782163 on June 15, 2012, 08:59:39 am
Hey Tozie
I knew exactly what he meant about Debbie's hair on fire. In my industry you learn a lot of colorful nuances to the English language


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BrilliantFids on June 15, 2012, 10:05:06 am
Colder than a witches tit in a brass bra

Slicker than a cats hind end in a february sleet storm

His story had more holes than swiss cheese

Higher than a giraffes as*

Doesnt know his as* from a hole in the ground

You dropped your pocket

Cheese and rice

Drunk as a skunk on tuesday

He thinks hes the coolest thing since sliced white bread.

Dont wana be up sh*t creek with a box of rocks and no paddle!

Madder than an ole red hen

Opinions are like as* holes, everyones got one and most of them stink

You dont have a pot to piss in

Dont piss down my back and tell me its rainin




Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 15, 2012, 03:46:14 pm
Snicker Pied  :drunkards:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: BuffaloParrot on June 15, 2012, 03:53:20 pm
She was so damn fat I had to throw flower on her to find the wet spot 

That was funnier than a frogs fat a$$

Maybe I really do have the "pump" and it was like throwing a hotdog down a hallway

Men came out of a Vajayjay when born and most spend the rest of their lives trying to get back in



Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: wishforabird on June 16, 2012, 05:15:51 pm
i dont say it wishy, i have just heard it before. im not racist

I didn't think you were:) , it just shocks me that people say that stuff still.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sapphire on September 14, 2014, 05:15:20 am
Don't spoil the ship for a haporth of tar!

Arse over tit!

Don't get your knickers in a twist!

It's monkeys outside!

Argy-bargy!

Mad as a bag of ferrets!

Bobs your uncle!

chin wag!

All mouth and no trousers!

Arse about face!


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: grey782163 on September 14, 2014, 08:53:53 am
umm..you'll have to translate some of those for us Wendy :ashamed:


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sapphire on September 14, 2014, 09:19:57 am
Okay, here is what they all mean  :thumb:

Don't spoil the ship for a haporth of tar!  ......... Donít risk the failure of a large project by trying to economize on trivial things.

Arse over tit! .......   Back to front.

Don't get your knickers in a twist! ...........  when one gets upset or crazy over something most people think is unimportant.

It's monkeys outside! .............. It's freezing outside!

Argy-bargy!  ........  Trouble, noisy quarrelling, arguing

Mad as a bag of ferrets!  .............. Unusual, crazy.

Bobs your uncle! ............. A catch phrase expressing satisfactory completion.

chin wag!  ...........  A chat or brief conversation.

All mouth and no trousers!  ...........  Boastful and without just reason. E.g."You shouldn't pay any attention to him, he's all mouth and no trousers."

Arse about face! ............  Back to front.


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Nakia on September 14, 2014, 11:26:02 am
 rofl2 It does amaze me how different cultures, parts of the world and ethnic groups have similar phrases for the same thing, but still the way it is said is quite different.

Such as "Arse over tit!" ~~ "Bassackwards" would be how it is said down here in Redneck country.  :dmblaf:

"Don't get your knickers in a twist"~~"Don't get your panties in a wad" (especially if you wear pink ones like a certain RB2 I know.)  :lol1:

"Mad as a bag of ferrets"~~"Mad as a Hatter" which I think is referring to the 'Mad Hatter' in "Alice In Wonderland"

Don't count your chickens before they hatch~~

Over yonder, yonder a ways, down yonder, yonder-over there ~~ which means the same thing actually.  :hehe2:

All bark and no bite~~

Well Bless Your Heart!~~

Well Fiddle Dee Dee!~~

Tumped over~~

As much fun as a barrel of monkeys~~

D'Jeet yet?~~Did you eat yet?

Assumptin'~~Assuming

Well I'll be hornswaggled


Title: Re: Slang sayings/words
Post by: Sapphire on September 14, 2014, 12:01:32 pm
LOL, isn't it funny how we have so many different sayings? There are so many over here!

Here are a few more!

Are you talking to me or chewing a brick! ..............  Rhetorical, confrontational question to a person who is considered to be talking nonsense of too much.

Better than a poke in the eye with a blunt stick  ..............  A phrase that expresses that a situation could be much worse.

Daft as a brush  ............  Very silly, crazy.

Dog and bone  ............  Telephone.

Face like a wet weekend  ............  A miserable, sad appearence.

Throw a Spanner in the Works  .........Screw up!

Dogís Dinner  ........ Dressed Nicely.

Horses for Courses  ............  Wonít work for someone else.

Her Majestyís Pleasure   .......... To be in prison

Sozzled ............  Drunk, but not incapacitated.