Thread for checking if phrases are widely known

Is “have a badgers” is a widely known phrase? Just used it in a thing but then looked online briefly and can’t find any uses

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six and 2 threes

Definitely heard of this (OP)

badgers sett = bet

Wearing an iron turban (having a hangover)

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That’s your hocking pot

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Make like a French egg

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I’ve heard of have a butchers, but not have a badgers.

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keep it rude

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Ah man that’s wassup

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You can’t educate pork

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At our works Christmas do last week, someone was talking about Mars Bar parties.

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  • I’ve heard of this and I’ve either partaken or I know someone who has
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Marco fella?

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people always used to talk about ‘smartie parties’ at school: I imagine this is similar. They also used to talk a lot about ‘backshots’ though.

Loads of people at work had never heard the phrase ‘no dice’

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I thought a smartie party was just a rave / somewhere you’d go and take a load of pills, right?

A Mars Bar party is kinda different

EDIT: cheers Urban Dictionary - my eyes are opened.

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that’s probably what I was thinking of. Gonna style out the badgers thing anyway. Words can mean anything if used with the right context and conviction

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Middlesbrough saying innit?

i’ve heard people from the satellite burbs around leeds use it quite a lot

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He’s got a jaw like a zookeeper’s boot (my dad uses this on the regs

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