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    Re: What does "Inky-dinky" mean?

    My grandfather, who was wounded at the Somme in 1916, used to sing "inky-pinky parlez-vous" and that's what I always thought it was until this thread.

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    Re: What does "Inky-dinky" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    My grandfather, who was wounded at the Somme in 1916, used to sing "inky-pinky parlez-vous" and that's what I always thought it was until this thread.
    It was 'inky-pinky' in my rugby team in the 1960s.

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