yampy

yampy

(ˈjæmpɪ)
n
dialect Midland English a foolish person
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Yampy is a well-known Midlands word and, as @jakeyvilla tells us on Twitter, it is used to describe someone who is daft, mad or losing the plot.
I will be using quite a few phrases such as saft and yampy - I will be getting as many Black Country phrases in my speech as possible.
Jonny May (Moseley, Gloucester and England, 1 cap) Maverick May has a reputation for being as yampy as a box of frogs, both when he's playing and when he's not and while he has unrecognisable from his early days at Moseley, he still has the ability to stun - for better or worse.
They ranged from basic, photocopied affairs such as Anti Social and Private Enterprise, to more slickly produced magazines such as Alternative Sounds, Adventures in Reality and Ded Yampy.