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Can You Speak London Cockney?

You might know a bit of British slang, but can you speak actual London Cockney? Take these 12 quiz questions and find out if you could talk the talk in London! Ready? Let's go!
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What are "apples and pears" in London Cockney?
Stairs
Chairs
Hair

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If someone is talking about a "twist and twirl" then they are referencing a....
Girl
Haircut
Ex

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If you hear someone reference a "pot and pan" they are likely talking about....
Their father or husband.
Their cookware.
Their drug dealer.

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If you're wearing a "fiddle and flute" what might you have on?
A dress
A suit
A bow tie

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If someone tells you to get your "ones" on, what do they want you to do?
Get all of your single bills.
Put on your shoes.
Get your glasses on.

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If someone is a "tea leaf" then they are actually a....
Gardner
Thief
Hippy

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If someone is feeding you "porky pies" then you're getting....
Lied to.
A delicious pie.
A bit of hyperbole.

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If someone has a "cabbage" on their leg, then they likely need to....
Shave
Scratch
Lotion up

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If someone proclaims that the "storm is on the way," who might be coming?
Their in laws
Their wife
Their boss

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What is a "loaf" in London Cockney?
A lazy person
A head
A car

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If someone asks you to "use your mince pies" they want you to?
Use your eyes
Use your confidence
Use your money

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If someone smacks you in the "boat" where have you just been hit?
In the bottom
In the face
In the arm

C+, London Cockney Novice

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Unfortunately, you seem to be a bit of a London Cockney novice! Listen, London Cockney rhyming slang is one of the most difficult street slangs to learn. Those outside of London have a hard time keeping up. Though you didn't pass this quiz, you learned a lot about the unique slang of this region. We consider that a success!

B+, London Cockney Proud

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London Cockney might seem like a pretty strange language, but you've mastered the art of this rhyming slang. You could definitely hold your own in a conversation with any true London Cockney expert. Perhaps a trip to Jolly Old England is in order after all!

A+, London Cockney Ace

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Color us impressed, you're a London Cockney ace! You can talk the talk with any London native with ease. Your head obviously isn't in the clouds, because you're as with it and knowledgable about the slang of this region as they come. Go ahead and brag a little, you earned it with this quiz performance!
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1
What are "apples and pears" in London Cockney?
Stairs
Chairs
Hair
2
If someone is talking about a "twist and twirl" then they are referencing a....
Girl
Haircut
Ex
3
If you hear someone reference a "pot and pan" they are likely talking about....
Their father or husband.
Their cookware.
Their drug dealer.
4
If you're wearing a "fiddle and flute" what might you have on?
A dress
A suit
A bow tie
5
If someone tells you to get your "ones" on, what do they want you to do?
Get all of your single bills.
Put on your shoes.
Get your glasses on.
6
If someone is a "tea leaf" then they are actually a....
Gardner
Thief
Hippy
7
If someone is feeding you "porky pies" then you're getting....
Lied to.
A delicious pie.
A bit of hyperbole.
8
If someone has a "cabbage" on their leg, then they likely need to....
Shave
Scratch
Lotion up
9
If someone proclaims that the "storm is on the way," who might be coming?
Their in laws
Their wife
Their boss
10
What is a "loaf" in London Cockney?
A lazy person
A head
A car
11
If someone asks you to "use your mince pies" they want you to?
Use your eyes
Use your confidence
Use your money
12
If someone smacks you in the "boat" where have you just been hit?
In the bottom
In the face
In the arm

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