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Elephant’s

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Bird’s Nest

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Rabbit

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North & South

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Bees & Honey

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Elephant’s

‘Allo me Chinas! I just realized that I have a bit of an animal theme going with the last 2 posts — rabbit and bird’s nest — and now this […]

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Bird’s Nest

‘Allo me Chinas! This week we’ll be taking a butcher’s at the Cockney rhyming slang “bird’s nest”. “Bird’s nest” is Cockney for “chest”, and is classic slang. You can use […]

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Rabbit

‘Allo me Chinas! This week we’ll be taking a butcher’s at the Cockney rhyming slang “rabbit”. “Rabbit” is Cockney for “talk”, and is fairly ubiquitous in UK English, often taking […]

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North & South

‘Allo me Chinas! This week’s Cockney rhyming slang is “North & South”, which means “mouth”. Like last week’s Bees & Honey, both words from the original expression, rhyming and not, […]

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Bees & Honey

‘Allo me Chinas. This week’s Cockney rhyming slang is “bees & honey” which means “money”. As always, my wallpapers won’t cost ya any bees & honey, so why not adorn […]

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Half Inch

‘Allo me Chinas. Late post today, but I’m committed and refuse to miss a day. This week’s Cockney rhyming slang is “half inch”, which means to steal. Its rhyming phrase […]

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Ginger

‘Allo me Chinas. This week’s Cockney rhyming slang, is the last example I’ll be using from To Sir, with Love; which I’ve used the past 2 weeks for frog and […]

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Apples

‘Allo me Chinas! This week’s Cockney rhyming slang is “apples”, which means “stairs”. This is a bit of classic Cockney, and can also be found in the same scene from […]

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Frog

‘Allo me Chinas! This week’s Cockney rhyming slang is “frog”, which means “road”. You can see it used in this clip from To Sir, with Love, where Seales (Anthony Villaroel) […]

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Adam & Eve

“Adam & Eve” is classic Cockney rhyming slang for “believe”. Would you Adam & Eve that you can download this Cockney rhyming slang as a wallpaper? Well you can down […]