Updated 22 January 2002, 12.52
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Happified meaning made happy or became happy all at once!
Stephanie, 11, Poole
I'd like to see Jim-Jams - pyjamas
Frazzled - real confused
Buffy - ultra-cool
Stephanie, 11, Poole
Mardy means when someone is grumpy and in a bad mood!
Radojka, 12, Leicester
Lush - someone is good looking.
Elisha, 12, Newcastle
Okely-dokely-do is a word that Ned Flanders from The Simpsons uses. I think this should be put in the dictionary because it means OK.
Heather, 14, Southampton
Ish-bish meaning sort of.
Hannah, 13, Ipswich
My fave words are random - something/someone is unusual or weird and
drift - on the same wavelength.
Adele, 14, Edinburgh
I haven't a clue why but me and my friend always say to people you silly moose and we're famous for it at school!
I think that buzz words are cool and my personal favourite one is monkey liar from those adverts on TV. It means that someone is lying really badly and we know they're not telling the truth.
Peter, 13, South Ruislip
Doss - Easy!
Fly - Cool!
Sweet - Great/Cool!
Wik - Wicked!
Okely Dokely - OK
D'OH! - Oops
Cretin - Idiot
Egit - Idiot
These are all the phrases me and my mates use - Hope you like them!
Jennifer, 13, Surrey
RUDE BOY! is kinda cool. Skank is another. If you really wanna annoy someone keep sayin I don't know, it's a mystery! - they get sooooo stressed!
We don't think it should be just one word!
We have a whole phrase that we think should be in it!
Build a bridge and get over it! It's our favourite saying!
Philly, Winni, JD and Ro, 14 & 15, Bath
I'd say manky - it's a word that always comes with school chips cos no one wants the squished ones with black bits in them!
Natalie, 13, Lincoln
Loads of people @ my skool say cushty
- it means something is cool or wicked.
Steph, 13, Oxford
If someone is a bit stupid, I call them muggles! (Harry Potter inspired!)
Emma, 13, Chichester
My fav words would have to be class and dis. Class means really good and cool. Dis means insulting. Don't dis me mean, don't insult me.
Geraldine, 13, Belfast
My fave phrases are:
You lie like a hairy egg
You laugh like a drowning hippo
Same goes big nose
Sera, 12, Cardiff
Haribol - it's an ancient Sanskrit word meaning greetings my friends and we all use it when we see each other, it's a cool way of saying hi! - and makes us laugh because it sounds like haribo sweets!
Jen, 14, Birmingham
My fave word is kewl! It's just another way of saying cool, but it's tons better!
Sallie, 15, Shropshire
My mate says gimp which means stupid or idiotic.
Natasha, 12, Hull
My fave word at the mo is slamming which means cool! My phrase is she thinks she's all that and a bag of chips meaning someone who thinks they're it.
Ashley, 13, East Linton
Casey, 14, Shropshire
Nezbit - someone who's annoying or just boring.
Katy, 14, Manchester
Cack meaning rubbish. I said that to my Aunt and other relatives who live in London and they didn't have a clue about what I was saying!
Jessica, 13, Wolverhampton
Caza means crazy.
Cat, 11, South Shields
Spoon - it means someone is daft.
Elisha, 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Klass - means cool but better!
Cass, 13, Tenby
My word is crackin because I think it's a good way of expressing how you feel if you think something's really good or nice!
Nicole, 12, Glasgow
I think that the new phrase should be
GREAT groovy girls!
Ellie, 12, Brighton
Heavy - meaning wicked
Extra - when someone is always OTT
Buff - clever
Div - idiot
Batty - funny and dopey.
Ria, 12, London
Me and my best friend, Heather have come up with our own code which no-one else understands. My word is twisted - it can mean anything you want it to mean!
Sarah, 13, Leamington Spa
Everyone at my school says mint! It's meant to be another word for cool!
Amber, 12, Frome
I made up one. If someone keeps hanging around you then say stop midging! It's because our cat, Midge, is always hanging around!
Radojka, 12, Leicester
Coolio, that just means things are cool. It's an old word I know but it still rocks in 2K2!
Minging - something really ugly or disgusting!
Emma, 12, London
Ishy-ish - I use this word when I just can't quite explain something!
Emily, 10, Kingston
I think that buzzing
should be introduced to the Oxford dictionary. It means top, ace or mint.
Jessica, 11, Hyde
BOOM!!!! which basically means wow that rocks!
Carlene, 13, Birmingham
Dark - it means cool!
Oonagh, 12, Northampton
If you dis someone you are horrid to them.
Holly, 13, High Wycombe
I always say I haven't got the foggiest. I made one up today which was I've made a duchess mistake! It means I've made a really big mistake!
Siobhan, 13, Newcastle
Chad meaning rubbish.
Bob, 14, Alton
I use words but add bits on to make them sound friendly, like yuppidy, okies,
coolio and yay - all ways of sounding much happier!
Hollie, 14, Shropshire
We say dos, meaning wicked or fab!
Lisa, 14, Forfar
Monkey bath - a bath so hot that when you get in you go ooh, ooh, aah like a monkey.
Paul, 14, Ashford
Sometimes we use nang to mean good.
Victor, 11, Walthamstow
I used to say it's wicked now I say it's da bomb to mean it's the best.
Tameka, 14, Peckham
It's bad - but this actually means it's good, confusing eh!
Sara, 13, London