Whats does “woman front bits” actually means?
This question is surprisingly inspired by one of the answers
to this question: “Is there any slang I should avoid in the UK or Ireland”.
It is appropriate to quote it here:
Avoid the use of the word “fanny”, as it is slang for, ah, a woman’s
front bits. Be very careful when referring to your fanny pack!
In dictionary I have it is written that “fanny” indeed is a British English pejorative term for female genitalia. On the other hand, in urban dictionary we can read about two different meanings of “front bits” term:
- The male private parts.
- the way a Brit explains breasts.
So, not that it is the most important slang word in my life, but what does this term exactly mean talking of women.
In the UK, certainly, a fanny is slang for vagina.
A lady’s front bits would definitely mean vagina and not breasts. A less-oft-used term is “front bum” which is also slang for vagina.
I have never known front bits refer to breasts.