Um, excuse me?! 

With the premiere of The Royals coming this Sunday, we rounded up a list of British slang words and phrases for you to learn just in case you hear Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley) rattle a few off. 

Snogging? Rumpy-Pumpy? Daft Cow? 

Find out what these words and more mean, and start using them to confuse your friends in everyday conversations!

Bob's your uncle: telling someone they are correct, or they "got it"

British Slang

Chinwag: talk, chat with someone

British Slang

Fanny: Your lady part

British Slang

Legless: extremely, extremely drunk

British Slang

Snog or Rumpy-Pumpy: sex 

British Slang

Spend A Penny: used when you're telling someone that you're going to the bathroom

British Slang

Tickety-Boo: when life is great, everything is going well in your life 

British Slang

Minted: to be very wealthy 

British Slang

Gobsmacked: to be in complete amazement

British Slang

Daft Cow: an idiot

British Slang

Barmy: crazy or insane

British Slang

Plonkcheap wine, but it does the trick

Drunk GIFs

Bagsie: used in exchange for calling dibs 

British Slang

And now you know! 

E!'s new scripted series The Royals premieres this Sunday, March 15 at 10 p.m.! Follow The Royals on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates!

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