Dictionary of Playground Slang (Online)

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Acronym for "Butt-Fuck Egypt". Used to denote a location considered to be at a great distance. Foe example, "The parking lot was full, so my car is all the way out in B.F.E." Used and understood extensively.

Source: circa 1990's+, USA (Mid)

Acronym used to make a 'joke':

Some friends were sitting at the bar talking about their professions.
The first guy says, "I'm a Y.U.P.P.I.E, you know... Young, Urban,
Professional, Peaceful, Intelligent, Ecologist."
The second guy says, "I'm a D.I.N.K, you know... Double Income, No Kids."
The third guy says, "I'm a R.U.B, you know... Rich, Urban, Biker."
They turn to the woman ad ask her, "What are you?"
She replies: "I'm a W.I.F.E, you know... Wash, Iron, F****, Etc."
A second girl answered their question before they even ask it: "I'm a B.I.T.C.H." she said
"So... what exactly is a BITCH?!?", they ask in unison.
"Babe In Total Control of Herself." she said.
So ladies, next time somebody calls you "Bitch"...SMILE...and say "Thank You!!".

Source: circa 1990's, AUS

Scrotum, (pronounced, baw -[as in thaw]- bag) used as "Ya fuckin' ba' bag!" Abbreviation of 'ball bag'.

Source: circa archaic, UK

When you greet some-one you would say you all right bab-ie how's it going on youth - where 'youth' is used the same as mate or lad or if you don't know the persons name.

Source: circa, 1970's, UK (NE)
baby boomers

That cohort of people born a year after World War Two when millions of fighting men had returned from battle to the warmth of a home and physical access to the first females many had seen in several years. For the past 50 years this huge population has been the driving force behind economic and social change all over the world. Whether this has been change for better of worse is something for historians to fight over.

Source: circa 1960's, UK, USA, AUS

Letting a person into a queue behind you.

Source: circa 1980's, AUS

Used for a lift on the back of a bike (sitting on the carrier with on leg dangling each side of the wheels). Usually in the sense of 'Giz a backer, mister!' - Give me a lift on the the back of your bike.

See also: backy
Source: circa 1990's, EIRE

Anal sex with a female. Used as "Did she let you backshot her?", "I gave her a backshot and she squealed like a pig all through it!"

Source: circa. 1982 - 1987, UK (Mid)
  1. adj.

    Giving someone a ride on the back of your bike.

  2. Tobacco

    See also: croggy
bacon bunch

Bacon bunch. Affectionate term used to describe those lovely people who uphold the law, the Police.

Source: circa 1990's, UK (NW)
bacon sarnie

Police car. So called because of white/red/white colouring. Often used inconjunction with the term 'rasher' for policeman (from other slang terms for the police. i.e. 'rozzer' and 'pig). Used as "Look. Two rashers in a bacon sarnie!".

Source: circa 1980's, UK (SE)
bacon strip

The skid-mark of feacal matter inside the underpants.

Source: circa 1980's, UK

Great, just right. eg,"That's the badger" if something is extremely good.

Source: circa 1970's, UK (Mid)
badger gassing

To break wind in a particuarly malodorous fashion.

Source: circa 1970's, UK (Wa)
badger's arse

Not good. Normal use "As rough as a badger's arse". Used to describe a particularly bad personal state, either due to hangover i.e. "I feel as rough as a badger's arse" or to describe a non too attractive member of the opposite sex.

Source: circa. 1990's UK
badly packed kebab

Female genitalia. Sort of sums it up somehow.

Source: circa 1990's, UK

Talk insultingly about a person or thing.

Source: circa 1990, USA

Means-bad and wrong - killing is badong.

Source: circa 1990's, USA

Good and/or tough.

Derived from USA influence, possibly via the then popularity of Michael Jackson.

Source: circa 1980's, USA, UK

Used to describe a 'nu-metal' fan that wears unfeasably over-sized clothing and look a bit of a twat. Originated around Barnsley and migrated to the South Coast through student population.

Source: circa. 1990's UK (Mid)