Post all of the American slang you can think of. Any 'dialect', any region. Canadianisms are acceptable.
Some chick was trying to convince me that "wonga" means the same thing as janky or wonky. Can anyone confirm ever hearing the word "wonga"?
Also, she had never heard of "janky"
ROTARY you uncultured swine
>left turn into those
There's nothing wrong with our roads. They're wicked safe.
West TN here. We have a lot of strange mashup words out this way.
Goan - going to, gonna.
"I'm goan take this up yonder-way"
Yonder-way - over there (usually walking distance, but could mean a short drive)
Awno (ah-own-oh) - I don't know.
"Went to shit and the hogs ate him" - "I have no idea where this person may be, but if I did, I probably still wouldn't tell you."
Et up - Being covered with or defined by something
"He's done got et up by them damn skeeters."
This could also mean a food item that has been finished off by someone.
"He done et up all that spaghetti. Cousin Bubba dint even get none!"
Dint - did not
Aint nary - There are none; There is no chance.
"Ain't nary a one o' y'all fit to marry my sister but me!"
>"Fuck my harder Eduardo"
As far as I'm aware it's a relatively common saying amongst white male and females, I'm not too sure on the meaning though. Maybe one of you could enlighten us?
"You bout to be guh as shit"
"You ji like bout to die moe"
"You wellin you wellin"
"Whole time if you was takin your medicine you wouldnt have to deal with this bob"
"on who, on who"
This expression, meaning “diagonally opposite,” was formed from a misspelling in
CATTY-CORNER, CATER-CORNER, KITTY-CORNER
English of the French word quatre (“four”) prefixed to “corner.” Although the word has nothing to do with cats or kittens, in various dialects all three spellings are acceptable: “catty,” “cater” or “kitty.”