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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”.

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“Bird’s nest” is Cockney for “chest”, and is classic slang. You can use it like in this sentence:

Would you Adam & Eve it, that berk just punched Johnny right in his bird’s nest?!

And there you go, a sentence with 3 instances of Cockney rhyming slang. However, we’ll get more complicated sentences later on this year. Until next week me Chinas!

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