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Yampy as a Box of Frogs

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Here’s a handy word from the west midlands of England: yampy, meaning “foolish” or “daft.” It may be adapted from the Scots word yamp, meaning “noisy” or “talkative,” or from yamph, “to yelp like a small dog.” In any case, if you’re under lots of pressure, you might say you’re being driven yampy as a box of frogs. This is part of a complete episode.

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