Friday, July 22, 2011

Cockney Rhyming Slang - Whistle

A whistle is short for 'whistle and flute' which is rhyming slang for suit.

So here it is in a sentence:

"I bought this buddy hackett and the round the houses in a sale, they make a lovely whistle, just need a dicky dirt to go with it"

Which translates to:

"Do you like my suit?"

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