Posted by David FG on June 21, 2011 at 20:28
In Reply to: Bazzing gradley posted by alix on June 17, 2011 at 17:42:
: Can anyone tell me what the term "bazzing gradley" means and where it originated from?
Well the elements of the phrase provide no real difficulty, 'bazzing' apparently comes from the North-West of England, and (to quote the Urban Dictionary) means:
'The word you use when your are describing something so amazing that there is no word for it.'
And 'gradely' means 'very good', 'excellent', that sort of thing, and also comes from the north of England.
So, I am assuming that 'bazzing gradely' means very good.