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English to Slang letter T




Table Aunt Mabel
'Put the fruit on the Aunt Mabel.'

Table Betty Grable
'Excuse me, I'd like to book a Betty Grable'

Table Cain and Abel

Table Cane and Abel

Table Clark Gable
'Put the plate on the Clark Gable'

Tablet Gary Abblett
'Doctor gave me some Gary Abletts'

Tail Alderman's Nail

Tailor Sinbad the Sailor

Take Away Jay Kay
'Fancy a jay-kay after this?'

Tale Newgate Gaol

Tale Daily Mail

Talk Rabbit and Pork
'She would not stop Rabbitting!'

Tall Bat and ball
'That lad is a bit Bat and Ball'

Tan Charlie Chan

Tan Peter Pan
Alternatives

Tan Steely Dan

Tanner (sixpence) Sprarsy Anna

Tanner (sixpence) Lord of the Manor

Tanner (sixpence) Tartan Banner

Tap (borrow) Star's Nap


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