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Tommyrot
Started by: i-spy (13886)  Report abuse
Now that's a word I've not heard for ages. I shall add to my save the English language list

Posted by: nanajacqui (1640)  Report abuse
Never heard of it so google says it means silly nonsense

Posted by: broady (13699)   Report abuse
I no someone who speaks it all the time.

Posted by: nanajacqui (1640)  Report abuse
I no you no,have to feel sorry for him not being able to spell simple words at his age,Janet & John books are his favourites

Posted by: i-spy (13886)  Report abuse
In today's language that's WKD

Posted by: PeterP (6593) Report abuse
Balderdash

Posted by: jouell (4468) Report abuse
Mucker...

Posted by: i-spy (13886)  Report abuse
The petty

Posted by: peebee (242)  Report abuse
Get to barbers for a pow.

Posted by: blackrodweaver (521) Report abuse
went thru th'illuminations in a Charabang

Posted by: dave© (3456) Report abuse
d day dodgers

Standing on a platform and talking Tommy Rot

Posted by: i-spy (13886)  Report abuse
Ragamuffins. Where did they go to

Posted by: stevejmac14 (534)  Report abuse
2 that my nan used to say were:

“Jemmy Aw’Meyt” as in “Oh ‘eyup here he is, Jemmy Aw’meyt!”
and if somebody was continually up to mischief they were a “Ring tail’t ‘un!”

Posted by: britboy (6765) Report abuse
My mother favorite .... “he’s a roozer!”

 
 
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