Slangs are the expressions which are used in their most informal usages.Slang is language at its most informal, using expressions that many would consider to be grammatically imperfect and sometimes rude. Slang often used within small social groups where it can help draw and keep the group together. It changes very quickly in English.
Cockney Rhyming Slangs are the specialised forms of slangs used in the East of London. This kind of Slang is a kind of antilanguage where words are replaced by phrases that rhyme (sound the same): North and south = mouth Adam and Eve = believe Sometimes, the last word is dropped.
Slangs beginning with O :
: A person who is different, unpredictable or unusual is an oddball.
Off the heezy
: (USA) If something's off the heezy, it's excellent.
Off your tits
: (UK) If someone is off their tits, they are very drunk or intoxicated with drugs.
: (UK) This is an alternative form of 'OK'.
: (UK) 'Old Bill' is a slang term for the police, used as a collective noun with a plural verb: The Old Bill are searching for the mugger.
: (UK) An old boiler is an ugly old woman.
: (UK) An old fart, or a boring old fart, is an old-fashioned person.
: (UK) An old lag is a criminal who is regularly caught and sent to prison.
: (USA) Old Sparky is the electric chair used in Florida, but is often used for the electric chair in general.
On the blob
: (UK) If a woman is on the blob, she is menstruating.
On the job
: (UK) If people are having sex, they are on the job.
On the nod
: Someone who has taken a lot of drugs and is barely conscious is on the nod.
On the snoff
: (UK) If someone is on the sniff, they are looking for a sexual partner.
One fry short of a Happy Meal
: A person who isn't too bright or intelligent is one fry short of a Happy Meal.
: (UK) Oodles of something is a lot.
Oops a daisy
: An accidental penetration or near penetration of the rectum during sex.
: An overstayer is someone who enters a country on a tourist visa and stays there illegally.
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