on its thick bit

a short phrase generally implying agreement, grat-tude, consent, or in some cases, disbelief. it has more frequent use in the uk among young people; origin unknown, but it may derive from advice on how to hold a blunt.
“all right, tony? i’m going to the bar. you want another one?”
(consent and grat-tude) “on its thick bit!”
“just found out that tracey’s gone and got herself up the duff again.”
(incredulous) “on its thick bit!”
“i don’t like that dave anymore. i think he’s a nasty racist.”
(agreement) “on its thick bit!”

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