How to Use Slang on Vacation | English Lessons October 20, 2019 Tags:american slang, english, english conversation, english for beginners, English for Kids, English language, English pronunciation, ESL, free learn english, how learn english, learn english language, learn english online, learn speak english Related Posts Great British Bake Off – SNL Hotel Gran Puri Outing 2018 Meghan Markle Reflects On ‘Poignant’ Africa Tour | TODAY About The Author William Frantz 24 Comments gsboss im gonna hit the bitch sollid. bandb September 14, 2011 Reply Devil May Sigh Thumbs up if you're just here for top comment. September 14, 2011 Reply 2497iscool howcast is random not useless September 14, 2011 Reply 2497iscool 1.yeah i cant afford a vacation… 2. Why the fuck would you put this on september 14! 3. bitch!! i would never use that slang! September 14, 2011 Reply Jebu911 Here hit the town means you hit the town with a tomahawk missile. September 14, 2011 Reply Qasim Amin Who else just came here for fun? September 14, 2011 Reply seygra20 @DarthLego100 The video is entitled American slang, so these phrases are used in the USA September 14, 2011 Reply Tim Blair I'm American and I use none of these expressions. September 14, 2011 Reply ravidut parikh saying B&B sounds gayer than chris colfer September 14, 2011 Reply XiaoYu Lu @Laroac english has the most complicated grammar rules of all the languages… September 14, 2011 Reply Zeverouis @11xxLilyxx11 Owh really? Try to learn Dutch. I am Dutch and even I have problems with all of the rules. English is WAAAAAY easier then most languages. September 14, 2011 Reply El Patrón @DarthLego100 have you read the title? September 14, 2011 Reply OneLoneGuitarist Lerp Lerp Lerp September 14, 2011 Reply cloetrain13 You should go back to the nineties to teach. September 14, 2011 Reply funniYuki1 i never said B and B in my fucking life o_0 nor hit the town…what kind of shit is this?????????? September 15, 2011 Reply Jasmine Shafley @DarthLego100 we never say booked solid in America either. September 15, 2011 Reply Devina Divine @DarthLego100 That's why is says American slang? September 15, 2011 Reply cynicsfaith @DarthLego100 it says "american slang"… September 15, 2011 Reply GigaBoost @DarthLego100 Yeah… it's American Slang… read the title. September 15, 2011 Reply chober b&b is not slang, nor is it a hotel, it's a house that allows you to stay overnight and serves you breakfast September 15, 2011 Reply PJ S The Days Inn, Super 8, etc serves breakfast… they are not B&B???? September 17, 2011 Reply Vanessa do australian slang. thumbs up if you agree! September 17, 2011 Reply Wahine Surfer Girl @Laroac And a universal language as well, if you're visiting a foreign country. December 14, 2011 Reply Design explorer olomizana breast and buttock — many movies contain a little B. and B. just to get R-rating December 15, 2017 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.