then there is 'Taking the Piss'..which is short for 'Taking the Mickey'..or making fun of someone
Well now, I think you're going to have to explain that one to some people
actually i said that a little wrong,it isnt short for,its just another way of saying it
oh,what do you know...good old Wiki has all the answershttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taking_the_mickey
...this is taking the piss,redirected from taking the mickey
The term sometimes refers to a form of mockery or a piss take in which the mocker exaggerates the other person's characteristics; pretending to take on his or her attitudes, etc., in order to make them look funny.
The phrase is in common usage throughout English society, employed by headline writers in broadsheet gazettes and tabloids as well as colloquially and is also used in English speaking countries such as Australia.
In colloquial usage, 'taking the piss' is also used to refer to someone or something that makes a claim which is not in line with a recognised agreement e.g. an invoice that is double the quoted price with no explanation for the added charge could be said to 'take the piss', or likewise if something consistently misses a deadline.
"Take the mickey" is an abbreviated form of the Cockney rhyming slang "take the mickey bliss" ("mickey" being slang for penis), meaning to "take the piss [out of someone]". The phrase has been noted since the 1930s.
 Alternate theories of origin
An alternate, unverified, and unlikely theory of etymology is that "mickey" is a contraction of "micturition" (i.e., piss), "mickey" being a suitable alternative when in the company of those liable to be offended by "piss". Another theory is that "mickey bliss" was used as cockney rhyming slang for "piss", therefore explaining the origins of the phrase "taking the mickey".
It has also been suggested that "mickey" in this context is an ethnic slur for an Irish person (from the surname prefix Mc-), and to "take the mickey" originally meant to taunt the Irish and parody their accents.
and a Flannel,is just a face cloth (or at least thats what it has become more known as)that you have next to your taps on the bathroom sink that you use when washing..i had no idea you guys didnt use that word either
the blue face towel hanging over the sink,here is a Flannel
EDIT;My mum has just told me that there is also the word Flannel when you use to much flannel(slang),meaning you are trying to con somebody..first i have heard of that one though
the word Bugger..well i guess you know what that means,can't say i use the word that much