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Trouble and Strife

Trouble and Strife is Cockney slang for Wife.

"Me Trouble and Strife's at home with the Bin Lids."
Trouble and Strife
Trouble and Strife
Trouble and Strife is classic Cockney Rhyming Slang. It's got all the very best elements of the genre. A great rhyme, a double meaning, and a splodge of wicked humour.

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


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