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Bunse

Bunse is Cockney slang for Money.

"How much money did we make last month Del? Loads o' Bunse Rodders, loads o' Bunse!"

Credit: contributed by Softlad on 27-Feb-2003.


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Classic 167 times. Modern 20 times. Mockney 29 times.

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