It more likely means you are a working class lad from blighty.
Queen Beatrix may be ready to pack up and go, but here in blighty, like it or not, our Kings and Queens have a job for life.
We reckon Harry will allow himself a glass of something bubbly on the plane back to blighty this evening.
You're going off to blighty, to Piccadilly, to dry boots and clean beds.
I got six months in blighty, and haven't had the same luck since.
The major's departure from the ward was the signal for a demonstration by the blighty squad.
He got a packet in the knapper this morning, and he's already on his way to blighty.
Shortly after this we had several casualties in Platoon 10—two or three were killed, and several wounded and got their "blighty."
I can hardly realise that the time has come for me to go back to blighty.
Sunburnt and healthy they looked as they shouted after us: "Good luck, boys, give our love to blighty."