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Adam Faith

Adam Faith is Cockney slang for Safe.

"Let's put in our money in the Adam Faith, there's some right dodgy chancers in this hotel."

This slang has not been heard for a while but was popular in the 1960s. But the more popular phrase for "safe" is Peter.

Credit: contributed by Danny on 16-May-2014.


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Classic 4 times. Modern 2 times. Mockney 18 times.

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