Ever wondered what people think of where you live ?
Well if you search west London in Urban Dictionary - a site dedicated to decoding slang - you'll find some pretty funny, and downright weird, reviews.
The top definition of "west London" claims it is the best area of the capital.
"Area in London!" it says.
"The Siikest Endz Of London!
"West London Is Showah! Sho Sho," the Urban Dictionary definition goes on to say.
"West London All Day Every Day!
Kinda reads like a weird poem you wrote at 5am while half-drunk, half-dreaming.
What's "showah" mean? We Urban Dictionary'd that too - it means "something amazing", apparently.
But what about boroughs of west London? What does Urban D have to say 'bout them?
"A notorious area in west London (except West Acton) known to be the west London capital of drugs."
Nothing on the actual place Brent, but we did find this when searching the name: "A male who, at first glance, seems to be a douchbag, but upon further study will turn out to have a heart of gold."
Also nothing on the actual area, but this is pretty hilarious: "The most AMAZING people you will ever find are Chelseas.
"Chicken flavored & lemon scented. DELICIOUSLY good looking."
"Queen of the suburbs. Located somewhere in west London.
"Contains Acton, Southall, Perivale, Greenford (home of all those people who have to take the bus to school and end up being late most days) and many more. A nice place, though."
"The surname of a person who loves to touch hams, this trait in their family history has lead them to be called Ham Feelers, though over time this has been shortened to Feel Ham and most recently Feltham."
You learn something new every day.
"Over analyzing an explanation or idea to the point of exhaustion. To be an expert Hammersmith is to think way beyond what was intended.
"Doing it naturally. Hammering out a concept until it is smashed to smithereens. You have to keep hammering it home to the Hammersmith."
"Ghetto / shanty town surrounding Hampton."
Again, nothing really relating to Hayes as a place. This one did make us laugh though: "The sexiest man found on the beach of Cabo. Just seeing him makes you drool and take of his clothes."
Also: "Another word for testicle pudding." We'll leave that with you.
"1) The busiest airport in the world.
"2) A place to go during a heatwave if you want to pass out."
"A small area in Greater London. In the middle of Uxbridge, West Drayton, Denham and Hayes.
"Quite nice. Not like the majority surrounding areas of Middlesex."
Too rude to share.
Seems to all be about a dangerous road in America. Nothing on London.
"Cocaine. Paddington was a talking bear from the deepest and darkest reaches of Peru.
"Peru is the source of some fine white powder. Paddington also happens to be a train station in London."
OHHH hold up! An actual definition of a place.
"A suburb of west London in the London Borough of Hillingdon," the Urban Dictionary sayd.
"Attractions include the Ruislip Lido and Ruilsip Woods. Bordered to the north by Eastcote, to the south by Northolt, and to the west by Ickenham and Uxbridge.
"This area, and much of west and north London was part of the county of Middlesex until 1965, when it ceased to exist, becoming only a postal region within London - meaning that today Ruislip can be considered part of Middlesex or London, depending on the speaker.
"Close to Ruislip on the south side of Hillingdon sits London Heahtrow Airport."
Can't repeat it, apart from: "Southall Broadway is always jammed."
Random and again, too rude. Soz.
No definitions for London, but this one for the American namesake: "A town in Massachusetts that is lame. The most gangster guy drives a tractor and is named bubba bumpkin biscuit."
"The small wet stain on your underwear (and in desperate cases, your trousers) caused by putting your d*** back after taking a p*** without shaking properly.
"Named after the English national football stadium."
We have no words.
"Where hope goes to die."
Lucky for us, this is also about somewhere in America too.
Anyway, back to work....
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