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Weaver's Chair More about Weaver Prayer
'You 'aven't got a weavers!'

Weeping Willow More about Weeping Willow Pillow

West Ham Reserves More about West Ham Reserves Nerves

Westminster Abbey More about Westminster Abbey Shabby

Weston-Super-Mare More about Weston-Super-Mare Nightmare
'It was a right Weston-super-Mare I can tell you!'

Wet and Wild More about Wet and Wild Child
'She's popped a wet and wild.'

Wet 'n' Damp More about Wet Tramp
'He's a bit of a wet n' damp?'

Wet 'n' Wild More about Wet Styled
'I've had my hair wet 'n' wild'

Whiskey and Soda More about Whiskey and Soda
Voda (mobile phone)

Whiskey and Soda More about Whiskey and Soda

Whistle and Flute More about Whistle and Flute Suit
'Nice new Whistle, mate!'

White Mice More about White Mice Ice

Willy Wonka More about Willy Wonka Plonker

Wilson Picket More about Wilson Picket Ticket
'I've got the Wilsons for Saturday, mate. Meet me in the Earl of Wakefield around 12.'

Wind and Kite More about Wind and Kite Web site
'Check out my new wind and kite'

Winona Ryder More about Winona Ryder Cider

Wobbly Jelly More about Wobbly Jelly Telly

Wooden Pews More about Wooden Pews News
'Did you see the wooden pews last night?'

Wooly Hat and Scarf More about Wooly Hat and Scarf Laugh

Wormwood Scrubs More about Wormwood Scrubs Pub
'Comin down the Wormwood Scrubs?'

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