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Corned Beef

Corned Beef is Cockney slang for Deef (Deaf).

"Och, are ye Corned Beef or something?"

This is an interesting example of Scottish Rhyming Slang! It only works when you say the word "deaf" in a Scottish accent ("deef").

Credit: contributed by Badd on 14-Jun-2007.


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Classic 1 times. Modern 1 times. Mockney 2 times.

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