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  • Hello.

  • I'm American actress Mindy Kaling, and I'm British actress.

  • Uh, I'm gonna learn some British slang with Emma Thompson bins.

  • I would assume this is like a garbage can.

  • No se.

  • You were to go into the countryside.

  • You might take these with you with binoculars.

  • Yes.

  • The British people are using binoculars so much that they need a shortened nickname for them.

  • Yeah, they love burger, which is really all polish saying What?

  • Binoculars?

  • Six hour everybody bends instead of the bad knock.

  • It seems like an unnecessary nickname, but OK, jolly like jelly.

  • Like Santa Claus.

  • Like jolly media doesn't mean something else.

  • You don't know?

  • I don't think so.

  • Do you feel a lot of pressure to be like Like I feel not oppression to be British and Polish beastly?

  • Like, poorly behaved?

  • Yes, it can do you unpleasant.

  • Can I?

  • Can I?

  • You're being perfectly beastly.

  • Roger.

  • Pushing that pepper mill up my bottom was perfectly beastly thing to do.

  • Al Jinn on, for instance.

  • Okay, that was very so vivid.

  • I will absolutely on very portion.

  • Extremely great.

  • I like that you use Roger, and you're not pushing Pepper Mills fundamentals.

  • What?

  • Jolly hockey sticks.

  • Johnny Hockey Stick refers to the girls from posh boarding schools who would be bouncing onto the field with a hockey stick, you know, somehow explanation.

  • Didn't you say you work?

  • I get that.

  • It's off if you say someone's a bit jolly Hockey sticks.

  • Yes, they're not cool.

  • They're the opposite of James Dean.

  • OK, It just sounds like a Netflix show.

  • Yeah.

  • Next young, Is this the sound you make when you've discovered something?

  • Yes.

  • Young, it's Oh, my God.

  • Mindy, I haven't seen you in Young's what Yang is like in an eternity.

  • Yes.

  • OK, I guess I'm fancier and like to use words like eternity.

  • Yes, Exactly.

  • Or he'll be on tight to me is like that guy's tight.

  • That's means cool.

  • In all country, it means I mean, mean with money.

  • He's very tight, tight fisted.

  • Okay, now I understand that.

  • Oh, it can also mean piss drunk, drunk, versatile word.

  • I was very, very versatile because it can also mean tight.

  • I see.

  • Okay, Lotto.

  • This is like a very, very, very drunk.

  • Very, very drunk.

  • Something I know very little about.

  • E.

  • I thought this is just something that English cartoon characters said.

  • Is this something nobody says that anymore?

  • Pip Pip is by like, for instance, when I was born junks ago on the BBC on the world service, there would be the people.

  • Oh, got it.

  • So that's the Pips and you say Pip it.

  • But I was known as Pip Emma because I was born once, as the Pips were sounding.

  • They like that noise.

  • That is nice old be old bean.

  • Is this like Mr Bean?

  • No.

  • Another famous English bean.

  • Old Bean is just like old chum.

  • It's nice.

  • I like it.

  • He's always, but I don't know why we use it.

  • Mean CD.

  • I think we have it here.

  • It means a little bit rundown.

  • Run, Beverly.

  • Yes, Run down.

  • Also, you can say if, for instance, you have been blotto in the recent past.

  • I feel a bit seedy today.

  • Capital.

  • I think I know capital is like That's a capital idea.

  • Yes, that's a good start.

  • It's a good thing.

  • Ingenious idea.

  • Okay, Poppycock.

  • This seems like another word that is just using cartoons.

  • It's a real word.

  • Yes, it is.

  • I mean, it is a slang word.

  • Can you use it in a sentence.

  • Very.

  • That's absolute poppycock.

  • Poppycock.

  • Not is nonsense, Rutger.

  • I don't know.

  • I don't know what this is.

  • Okay, You're Rutger.

  • Here's someone who plays right.

  • You know, Rutger is the slang term for rugby football.

  • Lots of men Russia teach other violently and push each other about, and it's fantastically homoerotic.

  • And every time I say that to anyone who enjoys rugby, they get very angry, I think proved my point.

  • Brick.

  • Mmm.

  • What is this?

  • Well, you're a break.

  • Oh, no.

  • What does that mean?

  • It means a really good sort.

  • You would say she's a brick.

  • And that means someone you can rely on someone you could trust.

  • And you would also refer to that same person as a good egg.

  • Good egg.

  • I know.

  • Brick brick.

  • She's a break.

  • He's a brick And that you're a break.

  • I learned a lot.

  • Good.

  • I think it's completely around.

  • I'm glad we play.

  • And I think it was a good use of time.

Hello.

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艾瑪-湯普森和明迪-卡林教你英國俚語|《名利場》。 (Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling Teach You Posh British Slang | Vanity Fair)

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