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  • 21.05.2020

  • Ricky Gervais tests his knowledge of British slang. From "dishy" to "cheesed off," the comedian takes you through some "bog-standard" British words and phrases. Season 2 of 'Afterlife' is streaming now on Netflix Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. Ricky Gervais Teaches You British Slang | Vanity Fair

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  • William Power
    William Power Hace 1 semana

    I like that he described most of these with just different British Slang words

  • kickssass
    kickssass Hace 2 días

    he's a geezer, he's a bloke, he's a good lad...

  • Brandon Marlow
    Brandon Marlow Hace 1 semana

    Eskimos has 100 words for snow. The British have 100 words for substandard.

  • naykon1
    naykon1 Hace 1 día

    We say “cheers” a lot in the UK basically in place of thanks.

  • TooManyBrownies
    TooManyBrownies Hace 2 días

    The wierdest thing I've seen American's not understand is 'bellend'...like its kind of self explainatory what it is :')

  • Ann
    Ann Hace 1 semana

    does america really not have the word 'grim' cause i thought that was just a word and not slang

  • Matthew Freeborn
    Matthew Freeborn Hace 6 días

    If you can laugh at yourself the way Gervais laughs at his own jokes, you've got life by the tail

  • Mark Adderley
    Mark Adderley Hace 3 días (editado)

    5:52

  • RetroAllOver
    RetroAllOver Hace 3 días

    He doesn't even need to be on stage or TV to be hilarious

  • Fire Up
    Fire Up Hace 6 días (editado)

    Ricky is a diamond geezer chin wagging about slang words in his gaff whilst having a bevvy.

  • John Love
    John Love Hace 1 semana (editado)

    British slang: a multitude of ways to complain

  • MrTeamTactical
    MrTeamTactical Hace 3 días

    at the end when he said "with me, ricky gervais" i also heard ..."steven merchant and the little round headed buffoon that is... karl pilkington"

  • &510
    &510 Hace 4 días

    "Geezer". Example sentence: "We come out, and there's this gammy little geezer in a wheelchair, right?"

  • The Casual Front
    The Casual Front Hace 1 semana (editado)

    “Grim” isn’t slang, it’s just a normal word. So is “shambolic”.

  • Chriseurosong
    Chriseurosong Hace 5 días

    Off licence is spelled with a C.

  • Kate D
    Kate D Hace 1 semana

    I've never seen one of these british slang videos where someone explains the words so well as this one

  • Mick Moran
    Mick Moran Hace 1 semana

    ‘Here lies Hilda, she was your bog standard old woman. Right, are we burnin’ or buryin’?’

  • SKW
    SKW Hace 3 días

    I feel like he was imagining Mel Gibson when he was describing "tosser."

  • Dom Locater
    Dom Locater Hace 1 semana

    "She was your bog standard old woman" - Karl Pilkington

  • zoeee
    zoeee Hace 5 días

    Seeing Ricky Gervais having a laugh while sitting in front of all his trophies makes me happy.