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April in Paris

April in Paris is Cockney slang for Aris (arse).

"I'll kick your April"

There's a long chain of evolution for April in Paris. It goes:

Arse = Bottle and Glass
Aristotle = Bottle
Shortened to Aris
Rhymed with April in Paris

Phew - longwinded but you see how it works.

Credit: contributed by Billy on 9-Mar-2004.


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Classic 441 times. Modern 90 times. Mockney 384 times.

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