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Penn'orth of chalk

Penn'orth of chalk is Cockney slang for Walk.

"Take a penn'orth, let me get on with me bloody job."

Credit: contributed by joan santacana on 17-Oct-2003.


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Classic 22 times. Modern 5 times. Mockney 41 times.

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