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Rock and Roll

Rock and Roll is Cockney slang for Dole.

"Lost me job, now I'm back on the Rock'n'Roll."

In the UK the word "dole" means unemployment benefit (officially Jobseekers Allowance). The US equivalent is "welfare".

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


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Classic 172 times. Modern 31 times. Mockney 24 times.

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