6 Questions |
By Quintilinty | Last updated: Jan 15, 2013
| Total Attempts: 38
Umm. This quiz has British sayings and stuff, so you can see if you know what tickety-boo and skewy-wiff means. I got them from online, and some of these may be very silly, so prepare to laugh your abs off.
Questions and Answers
What does the British saying "tickety-boo" mean?
The ticket said boo.
The ticket booth is scaring me!
He/She is telling a pack of lies!!!
Things are going well.
Things are going not that well.
What does the British saying "skew-wiff" mean?
The screwy wiff of something
What does the British saying "put a sock in it" mean?
Put the sock in something.
Clean something out.
Clear something out.
Uhhhhh. I don't know.
What does the saying "suss" mean?
Go to/stop by
Figure out something.
What does the British saying "alright mush" mean?
What have you been up to?
What's going on?
What does the British saying "donkey's ears" mean?
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