Faust Posted April 5, 2016 Share Posted April 5, 2016 One person posts a word (preferably one that isn't in the Cockney dictionary already) and the next person has to turn it into Cockney Rhyming Slang Now, this isn't just about rhyming. Cockney slang works by only saying the first word of a two-to-four-word phrase, the LAST word of which rhymes with the word that's really meant. So, the second person has to take the first person's word, turn it into a sensible phrase, then rhyme with THAT. Here's a few genuine ones: Raspberry = Raspberry Tart = Fart Boat = Boat Race = Face Bristols = Bristol City = Titties Example of play:Bob: KetchupGeorge: Ketchup Sauce, meaning 'Of Course'. Sound good? Everybody ready? Here we go! The first word is: Lemon Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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