I love the British vernacular! But then, I'm pretty much an Anglophile. This is a fun idea!I saw you on SiTS and thought I'd stop by. Have a lovely day!
Love this one too! I could really confuse my hubby especially since one of the dog's nicknames is Budge. ha,ha!
Interesting. In Illinois my kids used to say, "Don't budge in front of me." It meant to cut in line. I could hear the kids often saying, "He's budging! He's budging."
I used to say "bunk along" - northern thing probably.
You must have enough words and expressions for a book now. Maybe you could contact Google and get them to do a widget. I've got one for Spanish idioms in my futile attempts to learn Spanish.A slightly less polite Northern expression would be shove along!
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