Green’s Dictionary of Slang

ram adj.

also rammed, rammers, ram up
[SE ram, to force]

(UK black) full.

[UK]N. Blincoe ‘Ardwick Green’ in Champion Disco Biscuits (1997) 3: I reckon it’ll [i.e. a club] be rammed.
[UK]C. Newland Scholar 27: My man’s bag’s ram up boy.
[UK](con. 1979–80) A. Wheatle Brixton Rock (2004) 133: It was a nice dance and the party was ram and t’ing.
[UK]M. Manning Get Your Cock Out 13: The Shit and Shovel was rammed.
[Ire]P. Howard Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightdress 99: The ground was like Howl at the Moon on Mickey Tuesday – basically rammers.
[UK](con. 1980s) I. Welsh Skagboys 30: That big, mad boozer [is] rammed, but we get some drinks in.
Harlem Spartans ‘Call me a Spartan’ [lyrics] Sam's [i.e. a chicken shop] are rammed like kitchens.