Do you have loads of totally piff co-dees – or are you more of a hater?
If you don’t have a clue what we’re on about, chances are you aren’t a teenager.
These words are all youth street slang — and they could soon be in the dictionary.
Most Vicky Pollards could tell you co-dee is a friend, piff means good and a hater is a negative person.
Publishers Harper Collins have come up with the list of new words which will mean little to grown-ups but are commonly used by youngsters.
They were submitted by a panel of youngsters aged 14 to 18 and members of social networking site Bebo will vote for the ones they feel should be included in a 30th anniversary edition of the Collins English Dictionary. Read full article >>