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Kip Sherbet Dip
'I need some Sherbet Dip.'

Kip Jockey's Whip

Kip Feather and Flip

Kip (sleep) Feather and Flip

Kip (sleep) Lucky Dip
'Going home for a Lucky.'

Kipper Jack the Ripper

Kiss Heavenly Bliss
'Me and me Lemon Curd Heavenly Bliss all the time'

Kiss Hit and Miss

Kitty (in the pub) Walter (Mitty)
'Who's got the Walter?'

Kitty (pot of cash) Intercity
'Everyone put a lady in the Intercity'

Knackered Cream Crackered

Knackered (tired) Christmas Crackered

Knackered (tired) Kerry Packer

Knackers Cream Crackers
'She got me right in the Cream Crackers'

Knackers (testicles) Jacobs Crackers
'If you stop me again I'll cut your Jacobs off (from the film "Snatch)'

Knackers (testicles) Jacob's Crackers

Knackers (testicles) Michael Schumachers
'Interestingly, Schumacher is German for Cobbler too!'

Knees Biscuits and Cheese

Knees Chips And Peas
'My Chips And Peas are sore.'

Knickers Alan Whickers
'Where's me Alan Whickers?'

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