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The classic pocket guide to the language of London. This wonderful little guide to cockney rhyming slang contains over 1,700 old and new rhymes translated from Cockney to English and English to Cockney, including: Custard and jelly - telly Hot cross bun - nun Lemon tart - smart Rock 'n' roll - dole Sticky toffee - coffee ...and many more. Master the art of the Cockney rhyme and discover the Cockney origins of common British phrases.
|Publication date:||7th March 2019|
|Publisher:||Pop Press an imprint of Ebury Publishing|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Language phrasebooks, Slang & dialect humour, Gift books,|
Geoff Tibballs has written over 150 books, including the Ripley's Believe It or Not! annuals, The Mammoth Book of Weird News, Unbelievable Facts and The Guinness Book of Oddities. Among his claims to fame are having a rock band named after him by four people he has never met but who thought his name sounded memorable and once following former Liberal Party leader Jo Grimond up the escalator at London St. Pancras station.More About Geoff Tibballs