|PlonkaA word that simply means not intelligent or stupid and can refer to a person's actions as well as the individual. |
|WankerA Less Than Flattering British Word for a Complete Idiot. |
|British FlagBritish Flag Shirt. This is just a simple design.
|Cheeky Bugger!Cheeky Bugger is a Phrase that Just Reminds Us Brits of the Good Old Days in British Comedy a la Carry On Films and the Like. |
|Zider I Up!When Did You Last Have a Good Pin of Cider? The Local Bristolian Saying Will Set You Straight in Any Local Bristol Pub. |
|ArK At Eee!"Ark At Eee" is One of the More Colloquial Phrases from the West Country of England. Check It Out on Our Variety of Goods on This Site
|Gert Lush!Gert Lush is the Bristolian Phrase that will Get You the Most Attention in Bristol. It's a Local Saying that Will Ensure You Get Your Leg Over. |
|Gert MackyHuge Beyond Belief. The Majority of Bristolians Realise That This is a Strange Combination of Words to Use in Place of Big or Large, but Love it anyway. |
|Yer TizNeed a Unique Gift for Mothers' Day, Fathers' Day or Any Other Occasion, Try this One on for Size. It'll Go Down a Treat.
|JammyLucky, Lucky, Lucky. Where Did You Get That Shirt, You Jammy, So and So! |
|UKUnited Kingdom. Nuff Said! |
|Made In EnglandIf You're Proud of Where You Came From , The This Shirt is a Must. Fly the Flag With this Patriotic Shirt.
|Best of BritishThis British Phrase Is an Example of How Strong the British Empire was to the Point Where Being British was Synonymous With Good Luck. Perhaps You'll Get Lucky Wearing this Eye-Catching Shirt. |
|See a Man About a DogThis Little Saying on any of our Items Looks Fabulous. A Lovely Colloquial Way of Saying You've got Better Things to do.
|ZedsThe UK English Pronunciation of the Last Letter of the Alphabet Looks Great on our Extensive Variety of T-Shirts. In the Plural it Means Sleep. |
|L.O.M.B.A.R.D.L.O.M.B.A.R.D.'s are a lovely group of people in the UK who contribute so much to society that they are revered as Kings and Queens. |
|I'm Sh** FacedScrabble Enthusiasts Will Love This British Saying Inspired T-Shirt - Good for All But One Occasion - Sobriety!
|Mint Innit?Bristolians! This Way Please! A Lovely Local Classic Question, That Requires No Response. |
|am i bovvered?Catherine Tate Strikes Again With a Shorter Version of Her Famous Phrase and Equally as Funny.
|Bob's Your UncleAn Interesting British Phrase that Harks Back to the Good Old Days. Still a Popular Saying that Will Get You Noticed Around Town. |
|I'm On The PissIt's to the Point. Let Everyone Know on a Friday Night Your Exact Objective. If Your Friends Give You a Hard Time when Carrying You Home, Point to the Shirt and Slur, "Can't Say You Weren't Warned".
|I'm Cheesed Off!Annoyed to the Point of Wanting to Strangle Someone? Buy This Shirt Instead. |
|Bees Knees - PsychedelicIf You've Got It, Flaunt It and This Shirt Definitely Allows You to Do that With Flair and Style. |
|Dog's BollocksLovely Colloquial British Phrase that Will Have Many a non-Brit Scratching Their Temple. Now Worries Though, It's All Good.
|Slap & TickleProvocative? Perhaps but in a Lighthearted Way. This British Phrase Simply Means Making Out. |
|Bonk Me Quick!Another Rather Naughty Phrase but What Else Are the Brit's Known for? Just Be Ready for Action When Wearing This Gem in Public. |
|GobsmackedLiterally Smacked in the Mouth. A Quirky Little British Gem that Leaves One Lost for Words.
|Arse Over TitEver Seen Someone Fall Over so Badly that the Words Head over Heels Seem Inadequate? Here's Your Mantra! |
|Wanker - LeftA Less Than Flattering British Word for a Complete Idiot. |
|Wanker - RightA Less Than Flattering British Word for a Complete Idiot. |
|GOBSMACKEDAn Alternative Design to the Original With the Same Meaning.
Literally Smacked in the Mouth - at a Loss for Words.
|got bloke?A Funny Take on the UK Noun for a Guy. It's Not a Verb, Although I have Known of Instances Where It has Been Mistaken for One.
|Two Finger SaluteIf you're not British then you Might be Surprised That This is a Rude Phrase but Has Great Historical Roots. |
|Bloody Hell!One of the More Well Known British Phrases. A Swear Word but Not as Bad as Some and Very British. |
|BUGGERSimilar to the American Word "Damn", This Word Covers a Multitude of More Sinful Terms.
|Faff Off!A Mild Swear Term that to Us Brits Makes it Crystal Clear to the Receiver of Such a Request, What is Required. Just Leave Us Alone! |
|Sod Off!A Stronger Phrase for a More Powerful Result. In England, These Two Words Are Enough to Start a Fight. However, It'll be Worth the Risk, if the Pain in the Arse Takes this Unique English to Heart. |
|Get KnottedSimilar to Faff off But Implies that the Villain is Being a Pain as well as Getting on Your Nerves.
|PrattA British Word Similar to Wanker But a Little Softer and Sillier. |
|Bollocks!Another British Classic Term, Simply Meaning Rubbish but in a Vernacular Way.