just to make us, well, me at least, feel unbearably ancient, here are some definitions of the latest language developments in the world of some young brits:
Book: an adjective to describe something that's really cool. That's because it's the first option given in predictive text when typing "c o o l".
Cotch down: hang out, chill or sleep. Thought to derive from the French word for sleep, "coucher".
Elton: a lavatory. Derived from the fact that "john" means this in America, and the name of a well-known pop star.
Flat roofin': to be overworked and stressed, as in "I was flat roofin' for my GCSEs".
Igry: embarrassed. "Stop doing that, you're making me igry."
Klingon: younger child - particularly your irritating brother or sister.
Mouldies: parents. Abbreviation for "mouldy oldies". See also rents.
Nang: cool, excellent, brilliant.
Oudish: very good, excellent, wicked.
Tear: to leave quickly, run away. "You ready to go? Then let's tear"
Vanilla: boring, dull - particularly when referring to someone's taste in clothes. "Look at her checkers - vanilla or what!"
Wafwaan: what's up, what's going on. Originally from Jamaican slang
Za: abbreviation of "pizza". "Let's grab a za before the movie."
nb the original article is here.