Helga
What does the phrase "pichy kin" mean?
Mar 15, 2014 4:12 AM
Answers · 9
I think it's a misspelling of "peachy keen", which is an old slang phrase which means wonderful.
March 15, 2014
The expression is "peachy keen." I don't know where Nanren888 got that passage. It is horrible English, but I recognize the expression. It may be an American expression because I recognized it immediately whereas Nanren888 did not recognize it. If someone says "How are you?" You could say "Peachy keen." (Very well) If you're having a good day, you might say "Everything is peachy keen today." (Everything is great today) It's not a very common expression today. I think it was used more often in the past.
March 15, 2014
ok so my so called friedns conor, matt and nick r so not cool any more because in art they were all u have fat cheeks and suff and nick drew a pic of me and he made me look so f-ing ugly and conor drew like three chins on the face so they r just so nice and i went home early cuz i am sick so i gess i am going to die huh who knew and matt guy the one i like is odd like he never talks to me when i talk to him but o when he want to talk evry thing is pichy kin god i hate my life rite now ........................................ This is full of terrible spelling...... "pichy kin" seems to be a sort of positive expression..... It is some sort of teen = txt - poor = good pseudo-English...... Sorry, I cannot translate it into English.
March 15, 2014
English
March 15, 2014
What language is it?
March 15, 2014
Still haven’t found your answers?
Write down your questions and let the native speakers help you!
Helga
Language Skills
English, Russian
Learning Language
English