English | Seattle PNW, United States

Slang USED On Occasion BY Almost Everyone

(v.) When the rain is very light and inconsistent.

Is it raining outside? No, it’s only spittling, you don’t need to wear a rain jacket.


It’s chucking it down

English United Kingdom

Expression USED Very frequently BY Most People

An expression used for very heavy rain, or rain that has come on very suddenly.

“Would you look at the rain? It’s chucking it down now!”

She's bucketing down out there

English New Zealand

Expression USED Frequently BY Kiwis

When it's raining hard

Bro, take a jacket with you. She's bucketing down out there.

Siling it down

English | Yorkshire Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Slang USED Very frequently BY Everyone

Just a local way in Yorkshire and the North East of England to talk about heavy rainfall.

It's siling it down out there.


hey cunt

English Australia

Standard Phrase USED Frequently BY Young boys

Friendly way to say hello. Appropriate choice of audience is a must.

"Hey cunt, what's going on?"



English United States

Slang USED Very frequently BY Teens

(adj.) Short for “legitimate”. Used like “cool.” Meaning new, exciting, in fashion, etc.

"Your coat is legit”

Confirmed by 11 people



English United States

Slang USED Frequently BY Teens

(adj.) Used the same way as “cool.”

Note: Originally, “dope” was a reference to illegal drugs.

“Did you see my new AirPods?” “Dude! Those are so dope!”

Confirmed by 11 people


English United Kingdom

Emoji USED Frequently BY Young People

Used by young people to convey annoyance or anger.

"When your headphones break mid journey 🙃🙃🙃"

Confirmed by 7 people


English United States

Slang USED On Occasion BY Young People and Gamers

(interj.) "Ripperoni" derives from the phrase RIP, or Rest In Peace, frequently used to express slight frustration, exasperation, or regret in common parlance. "Ripperoni" takes these sentiments and waters them down even more.

"You awake? Amara and I want to call you!" "No I was not awake lol." "Ripperoni."

Confirmed by 5 people


English | American English United States

Emoji USED Frequently BY Drug dealers

Used discretely to signify that you can buy drugs from this person. A plug is an informal term used to describe a drug deal in American youth culture.

"Hey I’m John, if you’re a 🔌 hit me up!"

Confirmed by 4 people

John Hancock

English United States

Standard Phrase USED Frequently BY Some People

(n.) Used in place of “signature.” A reference to a man who signed the Declaration of Independence. Known for signing the document the largest.

“Hey, I need your John Hancock before you go.”

Confirmed by 8 people




English United Kingdom

Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) You can use "cool" to react to something you like or you find interesting or great.

“He’s wearing a cool top.” “It’s a cool place.”

Confirmed by 12 people

to yap on

English English speaking countries

Word USED On Occasion BY Almost Everyone

(v.) Used when someone keeps talking on and on, without meaning and without sign of stopping

"And then this happened.." "Stop yapping on and get to the point!"

Confirmed by 6 people


English United Kingdom

Word USED On Occasion BY Most People

An overcomplicated task, especially one perceived as not worth the time.

"I'd love to redecorate but it's just a bit of a faff."

Confirmed by 5 people


English United Kingdom

Word USED On Occasion BY Older Generations

(adj.) Used to describe something that is extremely full or crowded.

"There's so much traffic, the motorways are chockablock."

Confirmed by 5 people