A form of address unique to Liverpool. To attack, either verbally or physically. A corruption of the words elastic easy peasy lemon squeezy. I’m going to the clinic this afternoon, my lad’s not been right after that shag with your sister.
A female equivalent of a male who might be considered ‘laddish’. Such characteristics might be confident, brashness, loudness, sexism, enjoyment of drinking etc. Of or like the characteristics of a young man or lad, often loud, macho, arrogant and sexist. She was well ladged after realising her skirt was tucked in her knickers. A male to female part transexual. The female pubic area, the vagina and pubic hair.
The female equivalent of ‘Lord Muck’. Young men who over-indulge in alcohol and consequently become loutish. Drunk, intoxicated through the use of lager. A young person whose anti-social behaviour is primarily instigated by the excessive drinking of alcohol. Are your two brothers laiking out this afternoon, because I’ve got a new football for my birthday?
The hypothetical place where one is out of touch with reality, often after the excesses of alcohol or drugs. I can’t believe she lamped him. A style of pubic hair, whereby it is trimmed into a thin vertical band. The dialect of the county of Lancashire. An activity one considers a waste of time. As usual we got larruped at football. A person who is easily intoxicated by alcohol or drugs, having low tolerance to intoxicants.
A person, who against the desires of others, has no ability or wishes to maintain an activity and gives up prematurely. I’m going to lash those old boots, they’re letting in water. Derived from see you later or catch you later. A sardonic nickname for a male who looks miserable. Cheer up laughing boy, it’s not the end of the world. I got a little drunk last night and got laid.