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Boiled Beef and Carrots

Boiled Beef and Carrots is Cockney slang for Claret (blood).

Boiled Beef and Carrots is the name of a famous Cockney song by Harry Champion, which also includes the rhyming slang Derby Kell meaning belly.

Credit: contributed by Danny on 19-May-2014.


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