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North and South

North and South is Cockney slang for Mouth.

"Shut yer North and South."
North and South is almost never shortened to "North" like most rhyming slang. Instead the full form "North and South" is used.

Credit: contributed by Danny on 21-Apr-2000.


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Classic 197 times. Modern 34 times. Mockney 35 times.

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