Cockney Rhyming Slang

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  1. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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    I refuse to comment any further on this situation.

    reads SW magasine
  2. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Anyway..... anyone know any more rhyming slang or what?!
  3. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  4. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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  5. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  6. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Sweet :D


    Commuter: "Whats time's the train?

    MacDaddy: "Not really!"

    Commuter: "Well you darn well should know you little peasant!"


    And so-on and so-on, you get the idea!!
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  8. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Well it could happen! Anyhow, I think I'll stick to good ol' northern slang - innit, ya'wa, ******* ****, **** and you stoopid mother.....[Censored]

    :D :p
  9. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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    I wouldn't call that slang, just plain rudeness
  10. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Up here we call that colloquial!!! :p
  11. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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    Thats why I rarely visit "up there" :p
  12. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    You make it sound like another world!


    No jokes Yoshee!! :p
  13. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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    It probably is another world.
    It seems like a foreign country every time I go there.
  14. Mitt Jedi Grand Master

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    Apples and pairs=stairs
    Old Ned=bed

    At least, thats what I read.
  15. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    It seems like a foreign country every time I go there.

    Where in particular are we talking about?
  16. ask-the-younglings Jedi Youngling

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    Cockney rhyming slang? Um... oh, I know: Merchant Banker. [face_mischief], erm, Tucker's Luck :p (old one, that) and errr, Ruby Murray = Curry

    I like it up North.
  17. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Hmm, I wonder what the first two could be!! [face_mischief]

    We have "Ruby's" up here too!
  18. Stormtrooper_fan Force Ghost

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  19. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Its more like a Geordie translater!!

    Aylesbury Duck, hmmm, now what could that be?!!
  20. ask-the-younglings Jedi Youngling

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  21. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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  22. Daft_Mong Jedi Padawan

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    I'm in a 2 and 8 - I'm in a State
    I've got Bruce Lee's - I've got hard nips (nipples)
    I'm going for an Austin Power - I'm going for a shower
    I'm off down the battle cruzer - I'm off down the boozer
  23. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    I've got Bruce Lee's - I've got hard nips (nipples)

    [face_laugh] How?!
  24. ask-the-younglings Jedi Youngling

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    Bruce Lee was hard
    Nip as in derogatory term for a Japanese (I know Bruce Lee was Chinese but, er, I've got Sensei Enoedas would be even more obscure, and your average Laaaaahhhndon-er, yer 'onest to goodness cockney sparra' chimney sweep cor blimey guv'na born to the sound of Bow bells cabbie probably wouldn't know, or care about, the difference)

    Anyway, I've got a pony in my Lucy, so I'm off down the battle.
  25. Darth_MacDaddy Jedi Master

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    Fair explaination actually, a-t-y ;)

    I understand the last line, only because it has some relevance to me!! :D
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