Dictionary of Playground Slang (Online)

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d'oh
n.

Expression of displeasure after an unfortunate event. Popularised by Homer from the Simpsons.

Source: circa 1990's, UK, USA, AUS
da'ass cock
012

Giving oral sex to a homosexual. Used in "He sucks da'ass cock".

Source: circa 2002, USA
Daaaaave
colloq.

Used to a freind to indicate they'd done something a bit stupid. Pronounced in slow-mo as if talking to someone a bit thick. Generally it's quite an affectionate term. Apparantly Germans use the name "Jurgen" to identical effect.

Source: circa. 1990's UK
dags
n.

(1) the small (sometimes large) solid lumps of manure hanging from a sheeps wool around their rear ends where their droppings have fouled it.

(2) an excessively annoying or unpleasant person.

See also: winnets, arsenuts, cleggs, klingons
dag
n.

Funny or amusing person, offbeat; he's a bit of a dag.

See also: fred dagg - very funny NZ character played by john clarke
Source: circa archaic, AUS, NZ
dairy, dairies
colloq.

This is weird so I've added it verbatim. Comments welcomed:

A group of people found extremly annoying or think they are better than everyone else. Also can be called anything that is made out dairy products used this way: "Damn, it smells like (milk, cheese, milkshake, spoiled milk etc...) doesn't it" you say this in front of the dairy so they have no idea what you are talking about,

Source: circa current, UK
dak lap
012

In a game of pool, if a player wins without the other player having sunk any, the loser has to dak himself and do a lap of the table.

See also: dak
Source: circa 2003, UK
daks
n.

Underdaks, underpants.

Source: AUS
dak
012

To dak someone is to pull their keks down. You'd sneak up behind someone (especially if they were facing a bunch of girls), grab the sides of their pants and rip 'em down. They couldn't chase you without pulling their pants back up of course - the best was when someone forgot and they ended up flat in the dirt as well as with their shreddies on show.

Source: circa 2003, UK
damn deal
colloq.

Querying what event is currently occuring at the time the question is posed., e'g' "What's the damn deal?".

Source: USA
dancing dollies
n.

A typically sadistic playground game in which several targets lined up against a wall whilst others attempted to hit them with spherical projectiles (commonly tennis, golf and foot balls, less commonly a cricket ball), creating the appearance of 'dancing' in the targets when avoiding the missiles. Popular in spring/ summer terms at contributors primary school.

Source: circa 1980's, UK (NW)
danger wank
n.

Thrill seeking masterbation, while your mum is walking upstairs to your bedroom after you have called her. the object of the game is to come before she opens the door and catches you.

Source: circa 2002, UK (SE)
dangleberries
n.

The little bits of dried jobbie hanging on to your bumfluff.

See also: dags, winnets
Source: UK (Scot)
dangler
n.

Term for the penis used by those who are too young to know it's not just for pissing with.

Source: circa 1970s, UK(NE)
dang
interj.
Express disappointment or surprise. "Oh dang - my leg fell off!"
dank
adj.

Anything good.

Source: circa 1990's, USA
dapadan
n.
The leader, the man, the head honcho, the leader.
dappy, dippy
adj.

Stupid or incompetent.

Source: UK (W), (SE)
daps
n.

Old term for trainers. Also known as plimsoles, deck shoes etc. In school the answer to "What's the fastest thing in the world?" was "Diarrhoea with daps on!".

Source: circa 1940's onwards, UK (W, Wal)
dap
n.

(1) training shoe or plimsoll.

(2) beating consisting of one or more blows to the buttocks with this.

Source: UK (Wa)