- From scrotum. (Wiktionary)
“To the police a scrote is a scrote, always guilty and only ever dealt with properly by a period in jug.”
“As we pull alongside running man, the Inspector gives the steering wheel a tug and scrote is ‘nudged’ by the van.”
“Are the terms scrote, sh*tbag, thieving fecker, toerag, muppet, f*ckwit, mong and windowlicker still allowed to be used?.”
“Example: joe scrote is arrested for stealing. he complains that the police officer manhandled him roughly, beat him, stole his money (particuarly amusing as lies go when it’s a peniless druggie), stole his drugs etc etc.”
“I suspect the real reason for this ‘policy’ of doing nothing about the scrote is financial – it’s cheaper to leave them causing massive local problems in poor areas and it makes no difference to the policy makers whether they are out of prison or not, other than that it would cost more tax to jail the sods – and policy makers pay tax.”
“So, if my house gets done over and the scrote is caught he could write me a “sorry I got caught” letter in a language I don’t understand?”
“While law enforcement slang is as evanescent as criminal, we used to use the word "scrote" for what, in the later report, would be "subject.”
“And if you look close enough, you can see just a little bit of scrote hangin 'out.”
“(It was a local scrote in trouble, who knew EXACTLY how to get the filth there sharpish.) on August 31, 2009 at 9: 18 am Stonehead”
“This is as big a problem as the scrote themselves.”
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candles with a "manly" scent
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
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