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English to Slang letter C

Child Molester Charlie Chester

Child Molester Uncle Fester
'Keep away he's a Fester!'

Chilly Uncle Billy

Chin Vera Lynn

Chin Dusty Bin

Chin Errol Flynn
'Land one on his Errol.'

Chin Harry Lin

Chips Jockey's Whips

Chips Jockies' Whips
'Let's get a bag of jockies'

Choice Rolls-Royce
'Its your Rolls'

Choker Bram Stoker
'What a Bram Stoker.'

Chuckle Belt buckle
'You're 'avin a belt buckle!'

Chum bubble gum
'How you doin' Bubble Gum'

Chum Fruit (Gum)
'Alright me old Fruit?'

Chunder (Be sick) Stevie Wonder
'I can feel a Stevie coming on.'

Church Left in the Lurch

Cider Knight Rider
'Grab a bottle of Knight Rider too.'

Cider Easy Rider

Cider Deep Sea Glider

Cider Sean Ryder
'I'll 'ave a pint of Sean Ryder'

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