Dogs is slang for feet.
Wheels is slang for car.
Bee's knees is British slang for 'fabulous!'. For example: 'Cor ol'chap, that meal was the bee's knees!'
Biscuits and cheese
The bee's knees.
a ride, a whip, wheels
Slang for car
a mode of transport with two wheels and no engine.
This is not the most common slang, but it refers to a large party (commonly outdoors with dancing: hence "knees up")
This is an old (1920's) slang term that means "excellent."
Ride, Wheels, Whip, Buggy- i retract my answer as these words themselves are not "slang", unlike what chevy derived from . also car is slang for carriage.
The 'slang' for wool pajamas with feet are called footies or footy pajamas
Plates of meat is rhyming slang for feet.
It's believed to have started with rhyming slang - "dog's meat" meaning feet.
The saying 'bees knees' is a popular slang term used by teens in an earlier time. The term often is used when referencing the 'awesomeness' of an individual.
Arms and Feet
your knees. (guessing!)
slang for stinky feet
In cockney rhyming slang it's "Plates of meat". Gunboats, trotters , hooves , dogs .
Your "dogs" are your feet.
its slang for walking slowly
The feet are distal to the knees in anatomical position. They are farther away from the origin of the leg than the knee is.
Feet, KNEES, SEAT, ARMS, BODY, HEAD
Stand a foot away from a wall with your feet a couple of feet apart and pointing slightly outwards. Slowly bend your knees and slide your back down the wall, and slowly come back up. Stop if you feel any pain in your knees.