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    #11

    Re: Cockney rhyming slang

    I did once hear three-wheeler which gave new life to Sheila. We have a butchers from butcher's hook, which is an example where the second word has vanished.


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    #12

    Re: Cockney rhyming slang

    Really sorry but I have to work using one hand only. I understand this may make it a bit awkward for you to read though, and I will try harder. My english is good, I think, even if I am a bit lazy.

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    #13

    Re: Cockney rhyming slang

    Quote Originally Posted by abbi46 View Post
    Really sorry but I have to work using one hand only. I understand this may make it a bit awkward for you to read though, and I will try harder. My english is good, I think, even if I am a bit lazy.
    Laze away.

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