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    Re: "to go dutch"

    I like a good rabbit wiv me Chinas darn the rubadub over a Nelson.
    rabbit = talk (rabbit and pork)
    rubadub = pub
    Nelson (Mandella) = Stella Artois

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    #12

    Smile Re: "to go dutch"

    Would you like some bitters and chips?


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    #13

    Re: "to go dutch"

    You're having a tin bath.

    (= laugh- it does rhyme to Cockneys)

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    Re: "to go dutch"

    Put some army and navy on my beef = Put some gravy on my beef


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    #15

    Re: "to go dutch"

    My compliments to the babbling brook = My compliments to the cook


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