Shook – What does “Shook” mean in British slang?

Before we get started I wanted to say a few words about the current global situation.
In desperate times we feel panicked and scared for many reasons. I want to thank everyone who is helping us during this crisis, especially doctors and nurses tirelessly working against this pandemic.

All we can do is wait, be kind to each other and most importantly stay inside.

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Money Slang Special – What’s the meaning of Pony and Monkey in British Slang?

You are listening to our fourth and final episode specialising on slang and money!

Ok on to our next slang term for money… a pony. I can hear you asking me- Louisa why are we now talking about a baby horse? Spelt the same P-O-N-Y pony actually means 25 pounds.

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Money Slang Special – What’s the meaning of Fiver, Tenner and Bluey in British Slang?

You are listening to our third episode specialising on slang and money!

Today we are starting by looking at the most common and widely used slang terms. I was in a bar recently with my Italian friend, i bought some drinks and she asked me how much i owed her.

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Money Slang Special – What’s the meaning of Pound, Quid, Nicker and Squid in British Slang?

In our most recent episodes we are discussing slang words for money! Something key when travelling to a different country or even speaking a new language! Today we will be examining slang words for the British Pound Coin.

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Money Slang Special – What’s the meaning of Moolah, Bread, Dough and Wedge in British Slang?

Today we will be talking about money, something universal….however us brits have found many words and phrases to use when talking about it.

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Internet Slang Special – People on the internet (TROLL, LURKER, BAE)

Hello and welcome back to “The Slang Podcast” with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately!

Today we will be exploring more social media slang, in particular how do we identify the sea of people on social media, from trolls to baes…what are they and what do they mean?! Now is your chance to find out so lets get started…

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Internet Slang Special – English Social Media (AMA, IRL, GTG, BRB)

Hello and welcome back to the Slang podcast with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately!

Today we will be exploring more social media slang! The internet is super important when learning a new language as social media is something that allows you to connect with people from all over the world.

So let’s have a look now at how to navigate the rabbit hole that is social media abbreviations. As most online slang words are acronyms, they will be our focus for today.

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Internet Slang Special – English Social Media (DM, SELFIE, FOMO, TBT)

Hello and Welcome back to The Slang Podcast with me Louisa May Adams.

This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately!

Last episode we mastered internet slang and abbreviations but this episode we will become experts on slang specifically for social media.

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