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  • - Why did I get a pet?

  • - Even I'm, to be honest, I'm a bit confused now.

  • (laughing)

  • (gentle music)

  • - Hey guys, it's Adam, you might've seen me on Love Island,

  • being half naked on Instagram,

  • and trying to pick some heavy stuff up off the floor.

  • - My name is Sam, you might recognize me

  • also from Love Island, MTV Ex on the Beach,

  • or just being a great DJ, you know?

  • You might've been to one of my shows.

  • - My name is Joyce,

  • and today these beautiful guys are gonna teach me slang

  • so that I can get a British bae.

  • - Ooh right,

  • this is a good one actually. - Yeah, it is.

  • - But it's different for me than it is for you.

  • So it can be two things, right?

  • - Okay.

  • - Bait.

  • - Oh god, is that like child bait?

  • Like when they look like they're like,

  • eighteen, but they're not?

  • - That, I mean, there's three options now, actually.

  • (laughing) Three options, yeah.

  • - So try again.

  • - Mm, somebody who is super hot but is in a relationship?

  • - No, so-- - [Joyce] Okay.

  • (laughing)

  • - My one would be, in a sentence,

  • what have you got for bait today?

  • - Why are y'all fishing?

  • - What have you got for lunch today?

  • - Oh!

  • - But, so he's from Newcastle,

  • which is like, it's North.

  • I'm Essex.

  • For me, bait would be, you're being a bit risky,

  • you're being a bit out there.

  • You need to calm down.

  • - Say he's got one of those Facebook posts

  • and he's tagged the girl that he's like,

  • semi-seeing on the sly

  • but he doesn't want anyone to find out.

  • I'll text him being like, bro that's bait.

  • - Yeah well, you've, come on.

  • - Why are you reckless, why you reckless?

  • Why you adding people on the Facebooks?

  • (laughing)

  • - On the Facebooks?

  • - [Joyce] On the Facebooks.

  • - I don't know if I know all of these words though.

  • Some of them are like Adam words.

  • Is it meant to be radgie? - I know what it is.

  • No, it's not - Gadgie?

  • - Yeah. - [Joyce] Gadgie.

  • - Gadgie.

  • - Uhh.

  • - So I'm cracking onto a girl in the club,

  • and I'm, have you got a gadgie?

  • - What the (bleep) does that mean?

  • - Have you got a gadgie?

  • - What are you looking at me for?

  • - You know, you surely know this.

  • Is that a hard on?

  • Sorry Mom.

  • (laughing)

  • - Have you got a--

  • (laughing)

  • Whoa, I got a gadgie on.

  • - Have you got a man?

  • - Ooh!

  • Oh, I mean yeah,

  • they're Monday through Fridays.

  • - Yeah. - So now,

  • if I go to the London town, you know,

  • I'm drinking my beer at the pub,

  • (beatboxing)

  • Yeah, yeah uh.

  • And he's like, do you got a gadgie?

  • You got a gadgie girl?

  • I be like, no, daddy.

  • - You would be picking up a gadgie.

  • - [Joyce] So I'm picking up the gadgie.

  • - You're picking up a gadgie in the club.

  • - Ooh! - And taking him home.

  • - Gadgies in London town please find me.

  • - Right.

  • Bairns.

  • - Bairns?

  • Honey, honey, I grew up in the South

  • - [Sam] What is bairns?

  • You know money bands, ♪

  • And you know cash, cash money game. ♪

  • You know, when you make it rain

  • on, you know, the girls who are dancing and bottle poppin'.

  • Money.

  • - No. - What the (bleep) is it then?

  • - Say, I'm gonna go and pick up the bairns.

  • I do not have bairns.

  • Someone in this room could have bairns.

  • You don't know.

  • - What, what's going on in London town, honey?

  • Bairns!

  • That's not even bands.

  • Oh my god, that's not even the word,

  • that's not even the word bands.

  • What is bairns?

  • - So, they'll be kids.

  • - Yeah, oh. - I've gotta go

  • and pick the bairns up.

  • - Aw, that's great.

  • We rebuke that spirit though.

  • Hallelujah.

  • - Bristol cities.

  • - Bristol cities.

  • - Bristol, bristol cities.

  • - What is?

  • For some reason I don't know if it's because Valentine's Day

  • is getting closer.

  • But I only think of like, x-rated things.

  • - Just, you use it in a sentence.

  • - Go x-rated, go x-rated.

  • (laughing)

  • - He took me to bristol cities.

  • - [Adam] No.

  • - I'll give you a clue,

  • one of the words, it's rhyming.

  • - Is it titties?

  • - Yes!

  • (laughing) - It's titties!

  • We love that!

  • - So the bristol cities, they take one of the words,

  • and obviously it rhymes,

  • so it's basically called Cockney rhyming slang.

  • - Cockney rhyming slang.

  • Oh, I'm living my best life right.

  • - Then Cockney's like,

  • "You alright mate, how you doin'?"

  • - [Joyce] Oh! Oh, oh!

  • - You know, that kind of guy.

  • Bit like Oliver Twist.

  • - Yeah, yeah, yeah!

  • I would love some more porridge.

  • - Next one, mug.

  • - Mug, isn't that like a mean face?

  • I'm also using American slang at this point.

  • Cause you know how people, be like,

  • "you mean muggin' me.'

  • That's a New York slang.

  • - Yeah? - Yeah, it's not far off.

  • What would it mean?

  • - It just like, a like, you're just like

  • means your face is mean looking at them,

  • like you want to fight them.

  • - Similar.

  • - Yeah, it's similar.

  • I'd go, "you're making me look like a mug."

  • Like making me look like an idiot.

  • - Okay, that's good.

  • That's good for my exes.

  • (laughing) - And then, you can then

  • - Yeah.

  • - You can then extend it and say like,

  • "oh you muggin' me off?"

  • - Oh, okay.

  • - Are you taking the piss?

  • You taking the mick?

  • You taking the mick outta me?

  • - Yeah!

  • - D'you know what I mean?

  • - Yeah, you're muggin' me!

  • You think you can stand here and start muggin' me off?

  • - That's right!

  • - You got another thing comin'.

  • - Ay, ay, you see I like this one,

  • he ready to fight.

  • (laughing)

  • - All right, this is a good one.

  • This is a good one.

  • Clamming.

  • How would you feel if you are clamming?

  • - You're like nervous.

  • You clam up.

  • - No.

  • - There's so many different ways to use that word.

  • - It's not x-rated.

  • Don't worry. - [Joyce] Okay.

  • - I know you like the x-rated ones.

  • - You, hey, I'm a gemini.

  • We're disgusting.

  • (laughing)

  • When I'm thinking of the word clamming up,

  • I'm thinking of someone who gets really nervous.

  • - No.

  • I'm hungry.

  • I'm clamming. - Aw!

  • - Are you ready?

  • Butters. - Butters.

  • I don't know what the (bleep)...

  • Butters.

  • Can I get a hint?

  • (laughing)

  • Give me like, don't give me a sentence

  • but just give me more.

  • - I'll give you a hint.

  • I don't wanna give it, try and use it in a sentence.

  • And then I'll tell you if you're getting warm or cold.

  • - The only thing I can think of is,

  • I don't know why but butters just feels like,

  • food.

  • - So I'll give you, I'll give you an example.

  • Well I'm just walking down the street.

  • And, you know, you see an ex.

  • And you're like, and then luckily for you,

  • they're looking butters.

  • - Oh.

  • They're looking crazy, they're ugly!

  • - Yeah.

  • - Imma like that one.

  • I'll be like, "you're so butters now."

  • - Keep that one for the exes, yeah.

  • - Oh, absolutely.

  • I already got mug and butters.

  • Y'all makin' my arguments 10 times more better.

  • - Okay, so this one's again, a Newcastle saying.

  • So where he's from.

  • - He probably does it better than me though.

  • - Wey aye.

  • - Wey aye!

  • Wey aye outta!

  • (laughing)

  • Is that like?

  • That's actually my guess.

  • - Nah.

  • Wey aye.

  • Wey aye man, pet.

  • - [Joyce] Ah.

  • - That's a phrase I'm giving you now.

  • Wey aye man, pet.

  • - Wey aye man, pet.

  • That sounds like, 'why did I get a pet?'

  • - To be honest with you, I'm a bit confused now.

  • - [Joyce] Yeah.

  • (laughing)

  • - So you go, you would be like, oh,

  • do you want to go get some food?

  • Are you hungry?

  • And I'd be like, wey aye man, pet.

  • Like, of course, I'm (bleep) down.

  • - I don't need to use wey aye very often

  • (laughing)

  • 'cause, it's him but... - Yeah.

  • - I'm tryin' to figure out the actual, so what,

  • if you go, wey aye.

  • - Like, hell yeah?

  • - Like, you could go to the bar and be like,

  • - Yeah, hell yeah.

  • - C'mon do you wanna go out, do you wanna get a shot?

  • I'd be like, wey aye, let's go.

  • - Try using hell yeah.

  • (laughing)

  • - It's like, yeah, like hell yeah!

  • - [Sam] Hell yeah. - Hell yeah,

  • I wanna go to the freakin' bar.

  • - Wey aye!

  • - Wey aye!

  • - Wey aye man, pet!