What is Cockney rhyming slang for trousers?

What is Cockney rhyming slang for trousers?

Cockney rhyming slang – expressions and meanings – sorted by words

Trousers Round the Houses
Trouble Barney Rubble Jayme Gibbs
Walk Ball and Chalk
Wife Trouble and Strife

What does porky pies mean in Cockney?

Noun. porky pie (plural porky pies) (Cockney rhyming slang, chiefly in the plural) Lie (false statement).

What is Cockney rhyming slang for socks?

‘Socks’ in cockney rhyming slang; usually rendered as ‘almonds’.

What is the Cockney Translation for vest?

Fred West is Cockney slang for Vest.

What is a Toby in Cockney rhyming slang?

It means road but isn’t actually cockney or rhyming slang in this case. It seems to come from about 1811. It is derived from the language of Irish travellers who use the word “tober” to mean road. Another related expression is meaning to practice highway robbery. Low toby meaning highway robbery on horseback.

What is pork Pieing slang?

pork pie noun [C] (LIE) UK humorous slang. another word for porky. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. Lies, lying & hypocrisy.

Why do we say porky pies?

slang Lies. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which “pies” rhymes with “lies.” Primarily heard in UK. Every politician tells porky pies to get elected to office, don’t they? I’ve had about enough of your porky pies—just tell me the truth!

What is sailors cake in Cockney rhyming slang?

The term is actually “navy cake” and it means taking it from behind if you like- men, (blush).

What is a sherbet in Cockney rhyming slang?

“sherbet (dab) Noun. A taxi. Rhyming slang on cab.

Why is a drink called a sherbet?

“sherbet / sherbert – an alcoholic drink (usually a beer). Derives from the Turkish word ‘sherbet’ which was a cooling drink made from fruit juice. “Australian English now uses sherbert, both alone and in compounds, as another name for beer” Guide to American English.