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Jam Roll

Jam Roll is Cockney slang for Pole (as in Polish citizen). Used (allegedly) during WW2..

"He's a Jam Role!"

Credit: contributed by Eddie Tofpik on 1-Oct-2002.


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Classic 144 times. Modern 19 times. Mockney 47 times.

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