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haslow
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Posted - 27 February 2006 :  12:45:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
looking for examples of cockney rhyming slang?

haslow
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Posted - 27 February 2006 :  13:09:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
just found this great site!
http://www.krysstal.com/cockney.html
some examples as given






Edited by - haslow on 27 February 2006 13:10:24
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Posted - 27 February 2006 :  13:24:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi haslow.. great topic!

It can sometimes get quite complicated.. for some really obtuse examples log into

http://www.aldertons.com/english-.htm

to quote an example.. alone
slang can be pat malone (I'm all pat tonight. )
todd sloan (Looks like I'm on my Todd tonight)
and probably the most common jack jones (He went to the pub all Jack)

For detailed explanations check out the web site.. but find a comfortable seat first, perhaps with a 'pig' .. its a very large file!

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