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Ian Rush

Ian Rush is Cockney slang for Brush.

Ian Rush was a famous Welsh footaballer. It seems that painters and decorators felt his name was too good not to be associated with one of the important tools of their trade.

Credit: contributed by Rhf on 29-Jul-2013.

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