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  • I wonder if there's a slang for accurate, like, unique You?

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, I money Q At Buck House, You meet you not cop, not Kat.

  • Stop.

  • I wouldn't say that.

  • Welcome to the royal British slang with Emma Corrine and Joshua Connor ECU ary or this is good quarry.

  • Well, we know a little We know about this like the right hand man to the to the queen.

  • Like a cyst.

  • Like an assistant, like a p a.

  • But Cruz, the ones that will get you out, get the person at the car and be like, Oh, come this way.

  • And oh, she'll be on Also plan their schedules.

  • I think it's like the highest.

  • I think this is Richard Dean.

  • Accurate?

  • Yeah.

  • Richard Golding, a Dean, Dean Dean.

  • In this series of the crown, I think it's the highest level, not cut something.

  • Cottage Nottingham Nottingham Cottage.

  • H R h r.

  • Hate your h r h.

  • Whatever stands for her or His Royal Highness.

  • Maybe his is all I don't know.

  • E think Yes, I think it can because you can get hate trh Prince Charles, I think I don't know.

  • I really need to know that 11th is snacks right?

  • Well, interestingly, were sat by committee or a bowl of team.

  • My understanding with 11 sees is that there's like there are sort of two tee times, one at like 11 in the morning like a mid morning snack.

  • I don't know.

  • One a tee time, which is like four o'clock become four o'clock, be elevenses or is that tea?

  • That's tea.

  • 11 is very much mid morning.

  • But not to be confused with brunch, which may come up later.

  • Maybe branches like the new Elevenses, maybe.

  • Thank you.

  • Have a car.

  • So I had a blast.

  • Guys, Blockhouse!

  • Great!

  • It's gonna be a house.

  • He's got your house.

  • We've got second half is to do with the home.

  • Oh, hang on.

  • Buckingham Palace, Buck House.

  • But house.

  • Okay, it's That's them saying that's like me Double E probably have stables in there, but blue blood Oh, that means like royal blood like you're, well, posh.

  • Do you have to be the royal family?

  • Have blue blood, or can it be anyone who's like like Yeah, Diana have blue?

  • Because in my research, I found out that she is actually more aristocratic in the royal family Interestingly, blue is the most royal color E always thought is red And someone said to me the other day that blues E was perfectly well.

  • It might be like Romans.

  • Blue is was very, very expensive color because the pigment came from a very rare rock anyway.

  • But it also might be more because then, if you're royal, you can afford the pigment.

  • Therefore, blue being in your blood.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, be off the British Empire.

  • Higher off the British Empire on that.

  • That's an award you get right.

  • You get to know you've done good things.

  • You've done good things that have helped the country help the country or society.

  • Or we don't.

  • We don't We don't have an overview, but there might be someone.

  • But we know maybe out there investiture.

  • Go for it.

  • The investiture is Nikki is an episode of the crowd.

  • You are invested into a role in the royal family like a swearing in ceremony.

  • Yeah, exactly.

  • In season three, Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales, the heir apparent.

  • The heir apparent is the the assumed Yeah, you take over from he's gonna be the next Apparently it's him E sure that's right, E apparently, Yeah, apparently.

  • Next up.

  • Privy purse.

  • Like the Queen's money, it's their pocket money, right?

  • What if there is a pretty really privy purse?

  • Like an actual I'm imagining like one of the little old ones you get with the class.

  • A little clock click.

  • OK, Operation London Bridge Bridges When the world, one of the royal family's dies the all bridges Oh my goodness, you're brilliant.

  • Each the royal family has assigned a bridge, and when they die, there's like operation.

  • So if say, like the queen is London Bridge, then if the queen dies, then everyone's like cooperation.

  • London Bridge They all have a different bridge.

  • Yeah, they all have a different bridge can bridge.

  • You are e didn't think I got a bridge.

  • Sure.

  • Down I'll be the Dartford crossing a rubbish fridge.

  • That's okay.

  • Tough.

  • Well, that's tough ring, posh person person.

  • I guess it's like them or it's more of a kind of pompous English English, sort of like very, very posh, very rock.

  • That's another term rah.

  • Weirdly, I wouldn't describe the Royals as toughs because they rolls on talks, but maybe people who they hang out with would be talk.

  • Yeah.

  • Sorry.

  • That's what tough is.

  • This is a very posh, perfect report person.

  • So in Ranger, So Diana was part of, like, the, like, Sloane Rangers who were just like posh Young push people in Kensington Kensington a place called Sloane Square in the 18 seventies, which is, uh, you could be a slow slow on.

  • They all kind of dressed the same and went to the same thing.

  • They were quite trendy.

  • Back Very trendy to be a Sloane Ranger.

  • Diana was a slow ranger on Charles.

  • Wasn't Charles probably.

  • Oh, maybe side of top.

  • Okay, here we go.

  • Trooping the color.

  • McCaughrean That's when they got on the horses.

  • That's right, Ugo.

  • You heard it.

  • Here first.

  • In fact, the first episode one I think, offseason There's like a big parade.

  • Yeah, Queens.

  • They're basically allow the horse guards symbol on horse guards.

  • Parade horse guards parade on.

  • They do a sort of No, I'm not gonna use the word dance, but it is a sort of dance on there.

  • There.

  • Hold their guns and there's a big cannon.

  • Fire on the queen comes out in a carriage, comes out the carriage.

  • If I'm honest having experienced it.

  • I can't really imagine being particularly useful in a battle, but I can see how I'm working ceremonial.

  • Anyway, that's the end of our British royal slang learning experience.

  • Journey, if you will.

  • I feel like I've learned a lot.

  • I learned everything pretty much everything that was neo.

  • Probably do this before we do this series that we know what we're talking about.

  • Thank you so much for joining us today.

  • Thank you.

  • Goodbye.

  • Fellow would have done the knees and you know, when the news comes up when they talk.

I wonder if there's a slang for accurate, like, unique You?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/12
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