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Odd Ken Dodd

Odds (betting) Ken Dodds
'What are the Ken Dodds on that nag coming in?'

Off Frank Bough

Oil Bodie and Doyle
'Can you pass me the Bodie and Doyle'

Old Bill (Police) Cold Chill
'He went off with the cold chill.'

Old man (father or husband) Old Pot and Pan

Old man (father or husband) Pot and Pan
Alternatives

Old man (father or husband) Pot and Pan
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Old man (father) Peter Pan
Alternatives
'How's your Peter Pan.'

On my own Toblerone
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On the labour (Labour Exchange) Beggar My Neighbour

Organ Molly O'Morgan

Out of order Alan Border

Overcoat I'm Afloat

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