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Cockney Rhyming Slang from London

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Each slang is ranked and rated by real Cockney speakers. Rate any slang as:

  • CLASSIC:

    Widely-used and recognised as Cockney Rhyming Slang from the good old days. Example: Apples and Pears
  • MODERN:

    It might be brand new rhyming slang but if you've heard it used, rate it Modern. Example: Pete Tong
  • MOCKNEY:

    Never heard it being used? Reckon it's fake? What a load of old Pony. Rate it Mockney!

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  • Tweet Cor blimey, don't like the look of this gaff! Not for 350 grand anyway. Not worth more than a MONKEY if you ask me. https://t.co/kVfxUS6k9n
  • Tweet PHILHARMONIC means GIN AND TONIC #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/NOZZ9Zfa8U
  • Tweet Oh I do love the @LondonMarathon! Sittin' in front of the old AUNTIE NELLY with a cuppa ROSIE LEA. Smashin'.… https://t.co/pQ16PGGrCb
  • Tweet CHICKEN AND RICE means NICE #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/nZsWcYlguK
  • Tweet CHEESE AND RICE means JESUS CHRIST #cockney #london #slang #cockneyrhymingslang https://t.co/S5qrHvGKRk

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