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Twist and Shout

Twist and Shout is Cockney slang for Kraut (German).

"The Twist and Shout's have beaten us to the sun loungers again!"

Credit: contributed by Brian on 30-Apr-2002.


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Classic 18 times. Modern 11 times. Mockney 37 times.

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