Whats the meaning of the phrase rabbit and pork talk whats the origin of the phrase rabbit and pork rabbit and pork which is often shortened just to rabbit is a nice example of cockney rhyming slangthe first citation in print that i can find is in the british writer gerald kershs. Puxleys book is a splendid dictionary dick n arry listing hundreds of cockney rhyming slang terms both familiar and obscure with their meanings cockney rabbit does not shy away from the more crude entries of which there are plenty and includes many swear words with their cockney equivalents. Cockney according to the strict definition refers to those born within the sound of bow bells cockney rhyming slang is just shorthand for london or english rhyming slang as a name cockney rhyming slang is 20th century as are the majority of examples of crs terms. British slang is here looking for cornish slang welsh slang liverpool slang london slang manchester slang street slang txt spk gay slang and any other rude stuff thats spoken in britain we have a brand new site for you british slang
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