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English to Slang letter D




Daft Fore and Aft

Dance Jack Palance

Dandy Andy Pandy
Alternatives
'He's a bit of an Andy!'

Danger Stewart Granger
'Any Stewart of getting served?'

Dark Gorky Park

Dark Jurassic Park

Darkie ( a coloured gentleman) Fergal Sharkey
'This Gaff is full of Fergals.'

Darlin' Barney Marlin

Darlin' Briney Marlin

Darts Martial Arts

Daughter Bottle of Porter

Daughter Bricks and Mortar

Daughter Bucket of Water
'I've just seen my Bucket on London Bridge'

Dead Brown Bread

Dead Father Ted

Dead Right Said Fred
Alternatives
'He's Right Said Fred.'

Dead (from Brown Bread = Dead) Hovis
'He's Hovis mate, Brown Bread'

Deaf Mutt and Jeff
'You'll have to speak up, 'e's a bit Mutton'

Deal Jellied Eel
Alternatives
'I'll give ya a great jelly on it'

Denial River Nile
'She's definitely in the River Nile'



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