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- Hello Youtube!
- Hello YouTube.
- Today we're gonna film the American versus...
- The British
Slang. - Slang.
We each thought of 10 questions
that one person would know, but the other one may not.
Slang words used in our said countries
and we're gonna quiz each other to see
what the other person thinks it means.
- I have a feeling this is going to have disastrous results.
Britain will go first.
Let's all take a moment
because we know Britain's gonna be the winner.
- You can be the winner of everything
but the American Revolution.
- Okay, well...
Healthcare.
I'm sorry, what was that?
My first British slang word is:
Gobbledegook.
- Gobbledegook.
Gobbledegook is a term used to describe
the custard that you put on top of your yorkshire pudding.
- If anyone actually put custard on their yorkshire pudding
in England they would get sent out of the country
and never asked back.
- That's gonna be me then.
- That was incorrect. - What does it mean?
- Gobbledegook means, like, you're talking rubbish.
Like you're just talking gobbledegook.
My next word, and I can give you context for this
if you'd like, is:
sloshed.
- Drunk. - Yeah!
Faff.
- Can you spell that please?
- F A F F. - Faff...
This is amazing.
Faff. (both laughing)
Faff is to be amazing.
- Faff means -
- Look at this outfit: it's so faff!
(laughing)
- It means, like, time consuming.
Like it's taking up too much time.
"Oh, this is such a faff, I don't want to do this anymore."
- That's the stupidest word I've ever heard in my life.
- It's a good word! - Faff!
Sounds like a foof, like a fart.
- A foof? (laughs)
- That's what my Ma used to make us call farts
cause she didn't like the word.
We had to say, "I just foofed."
- Hunky-dory. - Fine and dandy.
So you're all hunky-dory.
Like everything's well. - Yeah.
The next one: skew whiff.
- Skew whiff? - Skew whiff.
It's two words. - Skew whiff.
- Skew whiff.
- A skew whiff is when
somebody with a lisp says "ski lift."
Skew whiff.
Like a ski lift. (laughing)
A skew whiff is when somebody farts
and walks away quickly so they don't think it's you.
Like in the grocery store- - Skew whiff.
- Yeah, like you fart and then you run
until someone walks up and is like...
- That's not correct, sadly.
I kind of wish it was.
Skew whiff means something is, like, crooked.
"Oh, it's a bit skew whiff."
Like if you put a painting up on the wall I'd be like,
"It's a little skew whiffy."
- That's stupid. - Okay.
Spend penny.
- Buy something expensive.
- Mm-mm.
It's nothing to do with what you think it is.
- Spend penny.
Do something stupid.
- Mm-mm.
To spend penny means to go to the toilet.
And when I was like four,
I didn't know what spend a penny meant,
my nana was like, "Lucy, do you need to spend a penny?"
and I was like, "Yes, please."
This is the second to last one.
Tickety-boo.
- Tickety-boo.
- Everything is rickety-boo.
- Fine and dandy.
- Yeah, yeah.
Tickety-boo. - Tickety-boo.
Today is such a tickety-boo day.
What a lovely tickety-boo.
Look at that painting: it's so tickety-boo.
I'm gonna say that from now on at work.
This shift is such a tickety-boo.
- Well if you say,
if someone said how you've got on
you'd say, "He's tickety-boo."
- No one would know what that means here.
- My last one:
Wobbler.
Context: you throw a wobbler.
(crickets chirping)
- A wobbler is a glass beer can.
- A glass beer can?
- Like a glass beer bottle.
- Like a Corona?
Or like a pint glass? - Yeah.
- No. - Yes it is.
- It's not. - It's a wobbler.
I'm gonna finish a wobbler tonight.
- If you throw a wobbler it's like throwing a tantrum.
- Oh, a wobbler's like an angry fit?
- Yeah.
You did quite well.
- I got like half, maybe.
- We redefined the English language.
My turn! - First word:
attywampus.
- Cattywampus? - Mm-hmm.
- Cattywampus.
When something is cattywampus it's like
really like, loud, busy, and like crazy.
Like if you go to a concert, it's cattywampus.
- No.
Cattywampus is like askew.
Like disorganized.
Like if someone is wearing a really strange outfit,
that's cattywampus.
- Cattywampus.
I'm learning.
- What is a hush puppy?
- A hush puppy?
Is it like a slurpie? - No.
- Cause in England we have slush puppies,
which is like a slurpie. - No.
- My roommate in college nearly burnt down the houses,
the house, due to hush puppies.
- Oh, is it like a drug? (dramatic music)
- Hush puppies are like dough that you fry.
So she was cooking hush puppies with burning oil
and she lit the oil on fire cause of hush puppies.
- Why do you guys have to fry everything?
- Next one:
A commode. - Commode?
- Do you want me to use it in context? - Yeah.
- I need to go to the commode.
- Oh, I thought it was like a clothing item.
Um...
The toilet? - Mm-hmm.
- Ah! - A commode.
- Why the commode? (laughs)
Spell it. - C O M M O D E, commode.
- Oh, that sounds French.
I thought Commode as in like, Mark Kermode
the film critic.
- Next one: packing heat.
Lots of people in Arizona are packing heat.
- Like you're in a crowded space
and it's really, really hot. - No.
It has nothing to do with temperature.
Packing heat means carrying a gun.
- Oh. - That man's packing heat.
- Stay away from him. - Yeah.
Slayed.
- Slayed?
The band who sang that Christmas song: Slade.
(crickets chirping)
- Never heard that song before in my life.
- Spell it. - S L A Y E D.
- Oh, slayed, like Tyler Oakley slayed.
Like "Slayed girl, slayed." - Like you own it.
- Yeah. - "I slayed that."
- Slay it.
- Next word:
adonkadonk.
(laughs)
- Badonkeydonk.
- Badonkadonk.
- Badonkeydonk.
That reminds me of that song:
(humming) donkeydonk
(humming) donkeydonk
(humming) donkeydonk; that one.
- No idea what song that is. - On the radio.
It's like (hums) that donkeydonk!
No?
Donkeydonk.
(humming) donkeydonk
(laughing)
- I don't have any idea what you're talking about.
- Donkeydonk!
- You can say it over and over again,
I'm still not gonna pick it up.
- Is it like, um, like a booty?
- Mm-hmm.
- A badonkadonk.
(humming) badonkeydonk.
Badonkadonk?
- It's like fanny; a badonkadonk.
- Badonkadonk.
- Look at that girl's fanny badonkadonk.
(laughing) - The last one.
- Queef.
- Queef?
When you're in a restaurant and
you, like, drop something, and everyone's
stares at you: you queef.
(laughing)
Like embarrassing, like, "Oh, I queefed."
(laughs)
- Have you queefed before?
- Have I embarrassed myself before?
- Have you queefed before?
- Am I wrong? - Have you queefed before?
- I'm not gonna say I have if it doesn't mean that.
What does it mean? - Have you queefed?
I'm not gonna tell you until you answer;
you say yes or no if you've queefed or not.
- No. - Are you sure?
- Yes. - Are you positive?
- Well I don't know what it is!
So no. - Do you want another guess?
- Queef, like when you're making, when you're cooking
and you want to make beef, but it turns into corn.
(laughing) Queef.
It's like corn beef!
Queef: corn beef!
Like you have a queef sandwich.
- A queef means vagina fart.
(laughing)
- A queef sandwich.
Okay, so it's not a queef sandwich. - No.
- I'm crying.
A vagina fart?
That was our English vs American slang.
- I clearly won.
- I clearly won!
We hope you enjoyed this video.
Let us know in the comments below
your favorite slang from the country that you're from.
I am so intrigued to know these slang words.
- We love you guys, and we hope you had a fantastic time
watching this video.
- I hope we taught you something,
cause I certainly learned something.
- We're gonna go make a queef sandwich now.
We love you guys!
(laughing)
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