From The Big Manc in Salford
Ragged – as in ‘it is ragged’, being of not good order. Wing-Nut – a person of dubious intent/inteligence.
Angin – as in ‘she/he is angin’, being of not sound looks, should be hanged (Hanging).
Buzzin – Being in a state of high spirits.
Aye – Excuse me sir!
Chip – to leave your current location, ‘gotta chip, its my bath time…’
From Nigel Doran in London (ex-Stockport)
I have definitely heard of ‘shythe‘ or even ‘shive’ of bread/toast.
Clemmies = balls (ie. testicles)
Mard arse = coward
Demic (my fave and surprised it’s not been mentioned yet) = something that doesn’t work properly, or is out of order etc.
Skriking = crying
Ann Twacky (or ann twacky) = old fashioned. My Nana says this. I think it comes from ‘antique’.
Lots more at the links.