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Cockney Rhyming Slang Quiz
"Butcher's" means "look" in Cockney rhyming slang, because "look" rhymes with "buther's hook". These rhymes often stand for swear words, but some are just everyday words, like "stairs". Rhyming slang, a characteristic feature of the Cockney dialect of British English, has become widely popular among young Brits all over the UK. See if you can guess the meanings of the rhymes, and don't worry if you don't have a Scooby (clue, as in Scooby Doo)!
TagsCockney, slang, British, English, rhyming, rhyme, CRS
Funny, non sense and limerick-like.... we have a similar para-language called hantec that is spoken purely among people from BRNO, the second biggest city in the Czech Republic
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Totaly confusing but great!! 5*
Entertaining and educational!
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