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    Hi Mrs M.
    I still love to hear cockney rhyming slang but today most users shorten the phrases. "Who fancies a Ruby?". "Is he a ginger?" and "His chalfonts are playing up again" as a few examples, so the link below takes you to a website which expands the shortened version to the full version and translates the meaning.

    Cockney Rhyming Slang - an explanation and a list, with their meanings and origins.

    Cheers OSD
    Our cruising days are over now.................

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      #17
      Originally posted by Old Sea Dog, Stockport View Post
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      Hi Mrs M.
      I still love to hear cockney rhyming slang but today most users shorten the phrases. "Who fancies a Ruby?". "Is he a ginger?" and "His chalfonts are playing up again" as a few examples, so the link below takes you to a website which expands the shortened version to the full version and translates the meaning.

      Cockney Rhyming Slang - an explanation and a list, with their meanings and origins.

      Cheers OSD
      Still think my 'version' of 'Pony and Trap' rhyming slang is more, let's say...colourful!!

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        I'll agree with you on that Mrs M. I was just trying to be polite and didn't want to sink to the level of toilet humour

        Cheers OSD
        Our cruising days are over now.................

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