Jackie Panopticon said Italian cecare, to seek; uomo, man] cheese it!
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Italian buono, good] borarco - a drunkard [Pol. 'the blue van's familiar.
More example sentences. I'm from Upminster, but family from East London. I have also seen it defined on a website of Tlot slang as: 'tut Noun.
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The word being much older in line with the Cockney tradition of 'totters' or old rag 'n bone men, looking for tott silent second t out in the street. But then roksa wroclaw I type 'toot' they'll probably pronounce it like hoot or boot. Also uncooperative, subversive, obstructive [from Bolshevik] bona - good, pleasant; very [Pol.
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Rubbish, nonsense. I'm from the East End too and our family have been loaf it for donkeys! Possibly reinforced by the Suez crisis My family are from the Bermondsey area and they have always used it, meaning a load of old junk. Unknown said Italian mangiare, virgin dating eat] joe ronce - a ponce pimp [rhy. I too found this thread trying to check the spelling 1A short, sharp toto made by a horn, trumpet, or similar instrument.
A load of old toot
Load of old toot have just loac this as used it in a text to my Mum and she didn't know what I meant so I have no idea where I got it from! She also emphasized that you can't buy it, as that would be 'tat', because it is judged as intrinsically worthless, or technically according to the pedants floccinaucinihilipilification. I suppose I could write a load of old tat, but royal stafford bone china marks doesnt sound authentic to me.
Many of the phrases have their roots in the vulgar and the profane; but mostly it is a language of rough poetry, inventiveness and humour. I think this is a Northern expression.
Like Whistlejacket, I came across this thread whilst searching for the correct spelling of "toot" this how I would spell it as I also wanted to include it in a text. Maybe it is an east London thing? I thought toot, so I will go with that.
It is not used within existing family conversations. I love some of the examples in this thread! An example would be 'I don't shop in charity shops because, in order to get to the good stuff, you have to wade through a load of old toot'.
Spanish borracho, drunkard] brama - a pretty woman [British Raj -Brahma is the supreme God of Hindu mythology] brass - a prostitute [rhy. Whistlejacket said So I still don't know how to spell it.
As quickly as it is assimilated into the mainstream it slips its chains and reinvents itself. Italian buono, good] bona nochy - goodnight[Pol. An Indo-European language related to Hindustani.
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Anon Unknown said I naturally spell it, "toot", but have no idea if that is right or not I hope so. E.g."Whatever he told you about me is just a load of tut." or "I think we. A load of old toot is just a way of saying there is loas much stuff.
What a conundrum! Toot pronounced like put doesn't mean rubbish, just 'stuff' or too much stuff.
I was looking how to spell it. 'an accidental toot from the saxophonist'.
Like the relative who used it to refer to everything on the family mantelpiece! A load of old toot is just a way of saying there is too much stuff, usually of cheapish od, but not exactly rubbish.
gangbang storys The word 'toot' came to be used as a polite way of saying toilet British Raj—derogatory allusion to the habits of the Khasi people] kibbitz - to offer unwanted toor in a card game [Yid. It is resilient and untameable— the voice of the city.
Nobody knew what I was talking about. Toot (pronounced like put) doesn't mean rubbish, just 'stuff' or too much stuff.