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and heres thous sayings of london cockney london you dont here in the east end no more

February 21, 2014

and heres thous sayings of london cockney london you dont here in the east end no more

thay was hunky east end barrer boys and they used to talk like this when selling there goods but sadly in the eastern part of the city thay have died out the sayings was that’s a pony mush for that or a monkey for that or a score for that geezer or a ton for that or a knicker for that other old sayings in the rymeing cockney was apples and pears which ment up thee stares loverly juberly on your manor mate dog and bone means fone current bun means the sun and a sturup means a wig

then you had rosylee means cup of tea 30 bob means the price of goods old pot and pan means man .folding one son or pound note .and then there was the chimney sweep that was at weddings that with his soot bring you luck if was in the pic

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