American slang hook up, word origin
Nicked - Something that has been stolen has been nicked.
Shag - Same as bonk but slightly less polite. Taking the piss - One of the things Americans find hardest about the Brits is our sense of humour.
Twee - Twee is a word you would generally hear older people say. Arse - This is a word that doesn't seem to exist in America.
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Nick - To nick is to steal. Circus Fans Association of America — Fan organization established in In the US the meaning would be almost exactly the reverse.
Blues or Stringers — The general admission seats, usually painted blue in engineering, "stringers" are long supporting members Boiler Room, Phone Room — System of selling advance tickets using teams of telephone salesmen cold-calling people.
Cock up - A cock up means you have made a mistake.
The sort you use to roll your own. Bugger all - If something costs bugger all, it means that it costs nothing. Really good and inspirational information on your site!
Pip pip - Another out-dated expression meaning goodbye. Dim - A dim person is stupid or thick or a dimwit.
Checking out the talent means looking for the sexy young girls or boys I suppose. When we were in restaurants with friends, they would say to the waiter something like "Can I get a refill". Bum - This is the part of your body you sit on.
Main Guy — Guy rope to hold up the center pole in the Big Top.