sausage jockey - gay man
Scarpa / Scarper - to run off / leave quickly - rhyming slang scapa flow - go
Seeing to - eg "I'd give her a good seeing to"
See you next Tuesday - an very rude accronym, C(see).U(you).N.T.
Sexton Blake - fake
Shafted (done over)
Shafting (gave her a good shafting)
Shag/Shagging/Shagged/Shagged Out - sexual intercourse, feeling tired etc..
shed load - a huge amount
Shove hapenny - game
Shell-like - ear
Shell-out - to have to pay for
Sir Anthony Blunt - Cunt
Spanner - idiot
Stork - erection
Strike a light
Stuffing - "give her a good stuffing"
Stunner ('stunnah !') very good looking bird
suss - savvy/knowhow. eg. "He got a lot of suss"
sussed / sussed out - can mean found out / discovered, or well-adjusted / together
badly sussed - what someone might say if they catch you out. For example if you dissagree with someone on a point and are then proved wrong the other person might say "Badly sussed mate !"
Sweeny Todd - flying squad - barber who turned people into pies, TV show 'The Sweeny'
Syrup of figs - wig
Tanked / Tanked up - very drunk
Taters - potatoes in the mould - cold
Tea leaf - thief
Thrupenny bits - tits - "froops !"
Tits up - gone wrong
(on your) Todd - Todd Sloane - own - jockey
Tooled up (armed)
Trog - ugly girl
Trots - runs
Trouble and strife
Trouser action - sex
Takes the biscuit
up for it - (also well up for ...)
Uncle Tom Cobley and all
Wankered - drunk
Wazz - urinate
Weasel and stoat - coat
well up for it
Whistle and flute - suit
Willy nilly - not strictly a slang phrase, but used often, comes from the old English - will he or will he not
window licker - a name for the sort of 'nutter' who sits next to you on the bus and does something weird. Have heard this one from a number of people but Lee Austin sent me a 'survey form' with it on so he gets the credit.
Zeig Heils - piles