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Old 07-31-2018, 11:27 PM   #1
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I am watching the series Banishment on Amazon. The convicts keep using a term for someone who rats out on their mates to authorities, I can't quite make out the word. Kind of sounds like gaus? For some reason I need to know.
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Here's my guess (I don't watch the show) -- Grass: British saying which means to inform to the authorities about someone's misdeeds.
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Here's my guess (I don't watch the show) -- Grass: British saying which means to inform to the authorities about someone's misdeeds.
Yeah definitely sounds like it could be this ! "eee grassed me up dinnee"
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