Cockney Slang Bang Updated with a few more expressions as you seem to like them!
Cockney Slang Bang

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Cockney Rhyming slang for teeth Is in fact your

Cockney Slang Bang Updated with a few more expressions as you seem to like them!

Cockney Rhyming slang for teeth

Is in fact your

'Hampstead Heath'

A Mince pie

Means your 'eye'

And Barnet Fair

Means your Hair

If you need to go upstairs

You must use the Apples and Pears

When proceeding down the road

It is called the Frog and Toad

When you have a wife and kids

That's Trouble and Strife and Saucepan Lids

Or perhaps you mean your sister

She would be your 'Skin and Blister'

You call your feet your

Plates of Meat

But if you cover them with boots

They become your Daisy Roots

If you steal then you have 'Pinched' it

Cockneys say you have 'Half Inched' It!

If you feel a little sick

It means that you are Uncle Dick

Finally if you are dead

Then prepare to be 'Brown Bread'

Karked It, Snuffed It, means the same

It's just a little Cockney game!

There are oh so many more Don't want to be a Cockney Bore! Ok just a couple more over the page:

If your feet hurt you say 'My dogs are barking' If you are hungry 'My belly thinks my throats been cut' A pie with not much meat in it 'All kennel & no dog' And finally

A snobby woman who pretends she's better than her friends. 'All fur coat and no knickers.'* Panties* If someone is untrustworthy 'Every time he shakes your hand you have to count your fingers'

Someone who is mean with money: "Short arms and long pockets" Modern slang: Ruby (Murray) Curry Britney (Spears) Beers!

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