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Rabbit

‘Allo me Chinas! This week we’ll be taking a butcher’s at the Cockney rhyming slang “rabbit”.

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“Rabbit” is Cockney for “talk”, and is fairly ubiquitous in UK English, often taking the form “rabbit on”. For example:

He would not stop rabbiting on about his new car, until I changed the conversation.

You may wonder how “pork” and “talk” rhyme, but with a Cockney accent they do. I’ll keep myself from rabbiting on and end it here.

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