|Cobblers 23:22 - Oct 11 with 5657 views||qprxtc|
No one says that anymore
Get knotted you toerag.
Or “That’ll be less than 6 quid for that pint mate”
|Cobblers on 00:24 - Oct 12 with 2306 views||smegma|
You'd get a shoeing for saying cobblers these days.
|Cobblers on 00:28 - Oct 12 with 2299 views||Boston|
Don't like Northampton then, Smeggs?
|Cobblers on 06:03 - Oct 12 with 2242 views||PlanetHonneywood|
As in the 1970s reaction to a highly implausible proposition. Itself reduced to a rubbing of the chin.
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We are QataRs! |
|Cobblers on 08:05 - Oct 12 with 2170 views||colinallcars|
“You berk” is rarely heard these days. Crutch Piece was an often used phrase as well.
|Cobblers on 09:47 - Oct 12 with 2094 views||Pommyhoop|
You Lying Arab.
|Cobblers on 09:57 - Oct 12 with 2081 views||LongsufferingR|
Last heard around 1981
|Cobblers on 10:07 - Oct 12 with 2075 views||qpr1976|
Always called that ‘chinney reckon’, but based on the same action & originator.....
|Cobblers on 10:09 - Oct 12 with 2073 views||qpr1976|
‘Berk’ is cockney rhyming slang for Berkeley Hunt..... I’ll leave it there but possibly why it’s fallen from fashion ? Or replaced by ‘Two Bob.....’
[Post edited 12 Oct 10:09]
|Cobblers on 10:22 - Oct 12 with 2051 views||Esox_Lucius|
£6 for a pint
|Cobblers on 10:38 - Oct 12 with 2036 views||ShotKneesHoop|
Still £3 a pint for a lovely drop of Fat Cat Best Bitter in the Fat Cat, Nelson Street, Naaaaarch.
Wonderful pub, shame about the local football club.
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|Cobblers on 10:42 - Oct 12 with 2023 views||Clive_Anderson|
No one says dick head or makes the dick head sign with their hands anymore.
Not seen the wnker gesture for ages either.
A sad loss to our culture.
|Cobblers on 11:11 - Oct 12 with 1989 views||FredManRave|
|Cobblers on 11:53 - Oct 12 with 1956 views||enfieldargh|
No that is often the cry at Craven Cottage.
you may also get called a cad.
They dont like us ruffians and scoundrels in SW6
|Cobblers on 11:53 - Oct 12 with 1956 views||qprxtc|
In some pubs in Farringdon where I work.
|Cobblers on 11:55 - Oct 12 with 1953 views||Hayesender|
You'll get a knuckle sandwich with talk like that young fella me lad
|Cobblers on 13:23 - Oct 12 with 1892 views||Pommyhoop|
Aint heard;; Bummed in the gob:: for a while.
Where is Bluce Lee BTW...
|Cobblers on 13:35 - Oct 12 with 1884 views||stowmarketrange|
It’s still only £3.75 in the white ‘orse.Or at least it was the other week when I went in there.Plastic glass though.
|Cobblers on 13:43 - Oct 12 with 1870 views||Boston|
|Cobblers on 14:06 - Oct 12 with 1859 views||ngbqpr|
Saw a wnker gesture in crowd at the England game only last night as it goes.
|Cobblers on 14:26 - Oct 12 with 1836 views||Boston|
Early to mid seventies - spasmo.
|Cobblers on 15:18 - Oct 12 with 1791 views||JAPRANGERS|
In Blighty do people still call each other Guttersnipes??
|Cobblers on 15:30 - Oct 12 with 1777 views||Dorse|
Arse bandit (or the more exotic Anus Bandito)
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|Cobblers on 15:48 - Oct 12 with 1756 views||MrSheen|
|Cobblers on 15:56 - Oct 12 with 1751 views||colinallcars|
There was a time when, if a bloke had a certain surname, he would be known by a generic first name. Smudger Smith, Chalky White, Nobby Clarke, Dusty Miller, Spud Murphy etc. Do people still do that ?