Amusing Regional Terms/Phrases for being Angry

“He’s seen his arse” - The North

Being “Tamping” (I believe after one of those trains that literally stamp on the ground) - Wales

Others?

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I think yampy is a Midlands one

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Only came here for tamping, great phrase

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Incredible

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Throwing a wobbler - Lahndahn (?)

Yorkshire…

‘Got a cob on’ - minor anger, escalating to…
‘Got a monk on’ - raging.

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Eh up mardy bum

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@ScottishMetrohighlandplexElites

can’t imagine your society is short of these

Doesn’t mean angry, but it is a good word.

‘he’s got his arse in his hands again’

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Mrs F describes me as “radgy” quite regularly. But she’s from Nottingham. And also I am always sweetness and light, so she’s also wrong.

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much better to hoy a radge than hoy a monkey into the sea.

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Looking for archaic/Dickensian terms for anger and saw this little beauty:

29. GOT THE MORBS

Use of this 1880 phrase indicated temporary melancholy.

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mostly ableist or racist terms around here I think

teasy? I’ve heard people say teasy

I was doon the pub last neet and this doylem went proper radge. Pure acka.

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radge / raging - scotsland

We used to say radge in Wigan too. She’s in a radge.

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Cob on was a big one for us growing up too, think it must also be either scouse (my dad) or woolyback St Helens way (my mum)

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Squinny - someone who’s moaning a lot, you can also have a squinny

Origin: portsmouth

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Nowty - Salford but maybe also other places idk I’ve lived all my life in a very small radius and don’t talk to lots of people