I'm in South Yorkshire.
Cause it's English gimli. We are, after all, English. You are American.....remember. ;) English is whatever way the English people choose to speak it. Accents and sayings are different all over the UK.
We have loads of slang and saying.
1. About as much use as a fart in a windstorm = Useless.
2. Out of his head = Drunk
3. leg it = Run quick
4. Put the wood in the hole = shut the door
5. Does my head in = Gets on my nerves
6. Up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire = upstairs to bed.
Even better is the Yorkshire persons way of saying them.
Oh, Ross. We used to use the saying "Never in a month of Sundays". It actually means "Not for ages" as in seeing enough sundays go by that will fill the value of a month on their own.nn[Edited on 12/3/2003 by Luthien79]