Cockney Rhyming Slang

cockney rhyming slang hello and welcome to English like a native my name is Anna and today we’re going by the lovely Sam Sam it’s going to help us today learn some cockney rhyming slang but what is cockney rhyming slang well it’s a form of slang which uses rhyme and it originated in London’s East End an example of cockney rhyming slang would be apples and pears, which means stairs so let’s have a closer look shall we Adam and Eve with you Adam and Eve it believed would you believe it awful budget i had to keep the awful daughter out a lot yeah I had to kick the larger out Alan whickers all she had a nice pair of Adam whicker’s whicker’s she had a lovely pair of knickers baby you gotta love the baked bean Queen you’ve got to love the Queen Baker’s doesn’t he was talking to his baker’s dozen cousin he was talking to his cutting board chalk take up or talk walk take a walk Barnaby Rudge i love the front of the bar being actually judge i’m not in front of the judge next week while it fit did you get your bonnet truth yeah where did you get your hair trimmed Barney Rubble you are rich serious body rubble trouble you are in serious trouble battlecruiser I mean allowed to go to the battlecruiser layer that’s coming through that me and elasticated booth Laker defense becoming all reason honey he’s making some serious speed and only money he’s making some serious money boat race take a look at that beautiful boat face take a look at that beautiful face now Bob you need to watch with some Bob out so you need to wash with some soap or glass look at a bottle and glass on that ah well that could be off on that Ross text you need to get your breath back straight facts you need to get your facts straight red and cheat that makes me bread cheese me know it makes me sneeze ready Noddy me I haven’t got any bread money make I haven’t got any money bricks and more I don’t know Oscar break some more daughter I don’t know ask your daughter brown bread normal is brown bread dead no friend he’s dead bubble squeak you know Tony the bubble Greek you know Tony the Greek Bible boss you are having a bubble laughs you having a laugh but she took go on a little butchers a look go on have a little look talk for short forms killing arm or my arm really hurts trying to plate are you doing me all charged up Nate how are you doing my old mate thousand kisses because the kids giving your time again mrs. you mrs. giving you a hard time again trusted and jelly turn on the clock to the jelly belly turn on the telly Daisy route check out my new paradises boots check out my new pair of boots Darby and John she’s having a right old Darby moan oh she was having a right old Mon figure bird ridiculous of course was just a word have a word with the botany dragon boat i was on a dog bone for about two hours like phone on the phone for about two hours last night and I’ve it always document garden dive he’d always diving too kid they keep putting on the Duke of Kent know what’s going to be able to 42 living rent if they keep putting up the rent no one thinks that before to live here husband league we don’t have dust boot kid he’s only a kid elephants truck through the elephant’s trunk light drunk I was not drunk last night farmers those what farmers over it’s all blocked up nose my nose is all blocked up frozen toes just walking along for the time road I was just walking along the road gypsy cute what part would your home life before GT what my point where you and desperate for a pit and if you don’t know what kiss means it’s a swear word and you can learn all about it by clicking this link now right well that’s all we have time for today if you enjoyed this video please give it a big thumbs up if I get enough of your thumbs and i will do another copywriting playing video if you enjoy cottony as an accident and why not check out the video i did with Paul which is all about the differences between a standard accent and a cockney accent and if you’re learning English in general then make sure you press that big red subscribe button and the bell notification button so you never miss a lesson all the links that you could possibly want are in the description box below for social media english courses pronunciation courses and some special gifts just be you so do go and check those out I want to say thank you to sample welcome take care guys and goodbye

100 thoughts on “Cockney Rhyming Slang

  1. It's older slang in The US, but we called money "bread". It's more like urban slang from the 1970's. I wonder if it comes from "Bread and Honey".

  2. Here in the north of England we say "Chevy Chase" not "boat race", and "Giraffe" not "bubble bath".

  3. "Time to get down to brass tax" is a common phrase in America and I never really knew what it meant. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

  4. "Skive"?? How is "skive" a better version than "duck and dive"?? What does SKIVE mean?! None of this cockney stuff makes any sense…I thought you spoke English!

  5. Am sorry but I can't see your videos with out thinking in you totally naked. I blame my self for that.

  6. Im Australian and Dad uses frog and toad quite a bit. Dont mean to state the obvious but Its interesting how much Oz has inherited from the UK.

  7. They left out some of the rude ones, ones that are in widespread use. Hampton, Berk, Jodrell. These, of course, do not rhyme with the words they represent but I leave it your filthy imaginations to work out what they mean.

  8. Cockney is so hard, even tho I know how it sounds with nuances still Im unable to immitate it.

  9. 0:00–0:02 It sounded like as if he said 'Cockney Rhyming Slag' instead of 'Cockney Rhyming Slang' lol ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  10. I love East End geezers like this one ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ DAMNNN SEXY ๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’ฆ (Cockney Accents all the way, I love it #Myfav ๐Ÿ’ฏ)

  11. That guy is sooo sexy and a super turn on for me especially @ 0:50!! Hahahaha ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜

  12. If my English teachers makes me learn this, he'll be brown bread

  13. it's crazy how this started as a way to talk without someone knowing your business and it has carried on to this day.

  14. Cockney Rhyming Slang is coming back in a big way because if internet censorship…

  15. normally you'd drop the second bit ( the rhyming bit) while at work in the garage you hear ….." pass me that Elsey" (Elsey tanner = Spanner) translation "please be so kind as to pass me that wrench" as all good slang- its a way to communicate with those in the know and excluding everyone else ….also good fun!

  16. Here's the kicker though, from what I've seen in pop culture the rhymes for a specific word are more or less the same, barney rubble is always trouble. Could you emphasise the amount of trouble by throwing in a second rhyme? ''This geezer pony trapped(crapped) his Alan Whickers knowing the deadly wobble barney rubble he was in!''

  17. Penny Stamp= Tramp, Sexton (Blake) = Fake, Vera & Philharmonic = Gin N' Tonic, Kettle = Watch, Richard (3rd) = Bird, Gregory (Peck)= Neck, Ochestrals (stalls)= balls, Peter (Sellars) = Cell, Minces (pies) = Eyes

  18. Why do so many of these sound like euphemisms for dick & balls?

    Anyways, I'd love to stroke his ball and chalk. :0

  19. I do enjoy the video as many others of yours Anna ๐Ÿ˜Š I guess you probably don't know that I am Polish. I have also finished English philology and I understand your accent as well as Love English UK Leila's and Sabrah's accent ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง However, the Cockney accent (I am not talking about the funny slang/code that has just been presented) is so foreign to me that I would say that Cockney is other language than standard English. That's how my Polish indicrinated brain perceives Cockney ๐Ÿ™ˆ Greetings Anna and All the Best ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

  20. had now idea until just now this where "bread" for "money" originates from ! ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. Isnโ€™t anyone else saddened that they didnโ€™t mention Hank Marvin = starving! Hahah

  22. Chelsea
    Enough with the Cockney with my Mitchell
    You're confusing him
    And pissing him off
    Tee Hee
    I love you my beautiful sister

  23. Brilliant.

    Sheโ€™s a hilarious parody of a linguistic educational programme from the 70s/80s.
    Sheโ€™s having a Turkish !

  24. I am going for a ball and chalk to the rubber dub dub for a pigs ear
    I am going for a walk to the pub for a beer
    I am cockney

  25. Lot of new "non original" slang, but it is evolving and new words get used for new generations. However one point to note is the middle link word should not be used in speach… that's the idea. Traditionally apparently It's in case you're overheard by the authorities. If you know the code you know the middle word and get the connection.
    So road is just frog. Not frog and toad. the other guy knows the rest.
    They now also "double up" by adding additional words. So now people say "down the kermit" which means road
    So it can be Kermit (the frog), (frog and toad), road.
    Or cat is now used for phone… cat (and dog), (dog and bone), phone.

  26. It's a fun concept for inventing new slang. I would have guessed you called a pub a battle cruiser cuz drunk sailor frequented it.

  27. Okay okay I finally got it by "bottle & glass" after using context clues, got it now, fanks!

  28. Brass Tacks made it's way into American slang too. "Let's get down to brass Tacks" = "let's get down to business/details/facts"

  29. The nursery rhyme pop goes the weasel is full of Cockney rhyming slang…It basically about going out getting drunk spending your money and pawning in your coat for ๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ฐ ๐Ÿ’ฐ

  30. Once I got trapped in a box by a cockney nutjob.
    Had a cup of tea

  31. Like this if u sent this to a friend who isnโ€™t slang and u r proper cockney ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚โ€”โ€”โ€”โ€”>

  32. I feel like Iโ€™m having a stroke. Theyโ€™re speaking English. But I have no goddamn clue what theyโ€™re on about

  33. A few nights ago his roger iron busted. He's gone down the battle cruiser to watch the football. No one's watching the custard,
    so he switches the channel. A fat geezer's north opens. He wanders up and turns the Liza over.

  34. a native told that isn't a proper English though and it doesn't make sense

  35. I definitely want more, please. Thank you. ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸโญ

  36. Take a ball & chalk. Take a walk. Yes this video is a good one. A big thumbs up ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸThanks.

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