There Will Always Be a Blingland

Oi, chillax. Don't go splashing your bust a grape mozzarella on Britneys, hench — pick up two new nang Richard Snaries. The dope Cassell's Dictionary of Slang is dropped on Nov. 17. Five days later hail the buttery New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English.

Flummoxed? Unless you happen to be a British teenager, it will take you a brow-furrowing few seconds to translate that into the Queen's English. If you want some help, click here or holler for your kids.

Many teens in the U.K. have a fluent command of Blinglish, a...

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