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  • Arvie - Afternoon. From the Latin 'arvo'. Possibly. As in the famous Latin invitation: 'Lettus meetus this arvo.'
  • Billy Shakespeare land - England
  • 'Blimey O'Reilly!' or 'Blimey O'Reilly's trousers!' - Irish expression of disbelief and shock. Maybe O'Reilly was a famous Irish bloke who wore big trousers. We may never know the truth.
  • Blodge - Biology.
  • Boboland - To go to sleep is 'to go to bobos', so if you go to bed you are going to boboland. Libby made it up and can be very violent if you don't join in with her.
  • Boy entrancers - False eyelashes.
  • Bum-oley - Quite literally bottom-hole. Say it proudly with a smile and a Spanish accent.
  • Bunged - Shoved. Put firmly in place.
  • Cat patrol - A term used when a boy (cat) and his friends go out looking for 'birds', as in girls.
  • Chav - A common, rude, rough person who wears naff clothes.
  • Chrimbo - Christmas
  • Clown car - Officially known as a Reliant Robin three-wheeler, but clearly a car built for clowns, made by an absolute loser called Robin.
  • Conk - Nose. Based in history due to William the Conquerer having a big nose and because of this we called him William the Big Conk-erer. If you see what I mean.
  • Double cool with knobs - 'double' and 'with knobs' are instead of saying 'very' a lot. Makes sentences quicker.
  • Duffing up - Female equivalent of beating up. Not so violent and involves a lot of pushing and the occasional pinch.
  • Emily Plankton - Nickname for Emmeline Pankhurst, the famous female suffragette.
  • Erlack - 'Yuck!' or 'Eww!'.
  • Erlack a pongoes - Incredibly disgusting.
  • Fabby - Fabulous.
  • Fandango - Complicated Spanish dance. So a fandango is something complicated.
  • Froglegs-a-gogo Land - France.
  • Froggy - French.
  • Gadzooks - Expression of surprise. Like, 'Cor, love a duck!', which doesn't mean you love ducks or want to marry one.
  • Geoggers - Geography.
  • Goosegog - Gooseberry e.g. if two people want to snog and someone keeps hanging about talking, they are a gooseberry. Or for short, a goosegog, meaning someone who nobody wants around.
  • Gorgey - Gorgeous.
  • Hamburger-a-go-go-Land - USA.
  • Hambergese - Person from Hamburger-a-go-go-land.
  • General Horn - Being attracted to many people at the same time.
  • Particular Horn - Being attracted to only one singular person.
  • Cosmic Horn - Being attracted to everyone and everything in the universe.
  • Kiwi-a-gogo-Land - New Zealand.
  • Land of the Great White Clots - New Zealand. Play on 'Land of the Great White Clouds', the translation of the Maori name for New Zealand.
  • Lederhosen-a-gogo Land - Germany.
  • Lord Baden-Powell - Invented Scouts and camping, knots and going into the country for no reason. Ergo, Lord B-P was clearly as mad as a hen. He also invented enormous shorts, which he wore proudly.
  • Lunck - Lunch (Interestingly, this term is never actually used during the course of the books).
  • Marvy - Marvelous.
  • Midget Gem - Little sweets made out of hard jelly stuff in different flavours. Jas loves them A LOT. Georgia never accepts them from her as she suspects Jas keeps them in her knickers.
  • Nervy B - Nervous breakdown. See "Losing it Scale"
  • Nippy Noodles - Cold.
  • Nuddy-pants - Nude-coloured pants, which means no pants. So if you are in your nuddy-pants you are in no pants, i.e you are naked.
  • Nunga-nungas - Basoomas. Breasts. They are called nunga-nungas because Ellen's brother says that if you get hold of a girl's breast and pull on it goes nunga-nunga-nunga. Singular form - Nunga.
  • Sports Nunga-Nunga-holder - A sports bra. Basoomas can potentially knock you out if they're big and you don't wear it when running.
  • Och Aye Land - Scotland.
  • Over-the-shoulder boulder-holder - A nunga-nunga holder; bra.
  • Pantalitzer doll - A terrifying Czech-made doll that sadistic parents [Georgia's dad] buy for their children.
  • Parky - Cold.
  • Piddly-diddly Department - A place where one goes to pee.
  • Pingy pongoes - A very bad smell. Usually to do with farting.
  • Plight my troth - Give your word love-wise. Another way of saying 'You are my one and only one'. So if you are 'untrothed', you can display red-bottomosity ad hoc and willy nilly.
  • Pizza-a-gogo Land - Spaghetti-a-go-go Land; Masimoland, Italy.
  • Poo parlour division - A place where one goes to poo.
  • Red-bottomosity - Having the big red bottom. When a lady baboon is in the mood for love, she displays her red bottom to the male baboon. Otherwise he wouldn't have a clue. Anyway, if you hear the call of the Horn you are said to be displaying red-bottomosity.
  • S'laters - See you later.
  • The Sound of Music - A film we all know. Includes many famous songs, like 'The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Music', except to Georgia it is, of course, 'The Hills are Alive with the Sound of PANTS'. Other examples include 'You Are Sixteen Going On PANTS' and the one about the national flower of Austria 'EidlPANTS'.
  • Spangleferkel - A kind of German sausage.
  • Swiss-cheese-a-gogo-Land - Switzerland.
  • Stalag 14 - School.
  • Tart's Wardrobe - girl's toilets.
  • Tatty Bye - 'Tatty' is another word for potato in olde English. Mrs Billy Shakespeare would say, 'Shall we have tatties and pheasant for tea, Billy?'. So when you are saying goodbye, English people say 'tatty bye', and it quite literally means 'goodbye potato'.
  • Vino tinto - Now this is your actual Pizza-a-gogo talk. It quite literally means 'tinted wine'. In this case the wine is tinted red.
  • Waz - Another expression for piddly-diddly department. Boys expression.
  • Wazzarium - A place where you go to have a waz. Boys toilets.
  • 'What in the name of pantyhose?!' - Expression of annoyance, like 'What on Earth?'.
  • Whelk Boy - A whelk is a horrible shellfish thing that only the truly mad eat. Slimy and mucus-like. Whelk Boy is a boy who kisses like a whelk, i.e. a slimy mucus kisser.

These words and more are found in the back of the books in a glossary for the 'dim' readers. Georgia has her own definitions to explain each word, many of which are commonly-used British English slang words.