We all use slang, but some younger residents of Brampton use of slang words and phrases that have become synonymous with Brampton and the surrounding area. Brampton is multicultural, drawing people from all over the world, so as you’d expect, the slang takes its cues from all over the world, too. Here’s a roundup of some of the most popular slang in Brampton.
A reference to Brampton’s biggest park, Chinguacousy Park.
Short for Brampton’s main shopping mall Bramalea City Centre.
To show up or to come somewhere.
A term of endearment for family and close friends.
A synonym for ”though”, usually added to the end of a sentence to add emphasis
Usually used to refer to a good-looking female.
A term of agreement or validation similar to “I know right”.
A man who is respectful and courteous to women. It can also refer to a man who is a smooth talker who fakes respect and courtesy.
A lot or an excessive amount of something.
To get riled up about something, or to be in a state of anger.
Refers to a group of males or male friends.
A statement of approval that usually means “nice” or “wow”.
A way to refer to one’s mode of transportation.
To be pissed off or upset.
An ongoing feud or conflict.
Identifies a situation in which a fight is the only way to resolve an issue.
To act insane or crazy.
To be insulted.
Used to describe someone or something as weak.
To be called out in a very public fashion.
A worthless man who has no use or purpose.
Generally refers to “Original Gangster” but in recent years has also come to mean the original at anything.
To be ripped or muscular.
Confirmatory statement and represents another way of saying “of course” or “I know”.
Another way of saying ” from a long time ago”.