- n. Plural form of rudeboy.
“On to the library where I bagged two of the books that had long been on my hit list- Gautam Malkani's Londonstani about a group of British-Asian "rudeboys" growing up in Hounslow and Monica Ali's Alentejo Blue set in a Portuguese village.”
“This is a culture -- it's not a black thing, it's not rudeboys -- it's a London culture.”
“Ska legends the Specials were arguably the most anticipated of the day's three reunions of early-80s British acts (Echo and the Bunnymen and Public Image Ltd. also made appearances), and the greying rudeboys failed to disappoint in the late afternoon.”
“Of course there were the usual gaggle of rudeboys, Islamists, socialists and utterly batty people.”
“Allah hu Akbar, and rudeboys with kaffiyeh bandanas who like to prance around in front of the television.”
“They’re actually all good guys if you get to know them, but when they drink, they can turn into a group of rudeboys real quick.”
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