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"Tarra a bit bab" is the Brummie version of "Dracarys"

Have been asked to translate

Tara = good bye
a bit = for a small while
bab = mate

Positive or negative in impact, depending on intonation

In the hands of a skilled Brummie, can be lethal
If my future role on Twitter is to explain Brummie slang and local dialect for the benefit of fans of @jessphillips then it is a role I will happily fulfil

Tay problem
@jessphillips Ere arr

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