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Duck's Arse

Duck's Arse is Cockney slang for Grass.

"Don't talk to him mate, he's a Duck's Arse."
Duck's Arse is normally used in the context of a police informant. The word grass itself could originally be rhyming slang - derived from Grasshopper, probably rhyming slang for shopper - someone that shops others to the police (informs on them).

Credit: contributed by Michael on 24-Feb-2012.


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Classic 3 times. Modern 2 times. Mockney 5 times.

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