[edit: COULD ALL THE NICE LADIES PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THIS THREAD AS IT IS HIGHLY LIKELY THAT IT IS GOING TO CONTAIN PATHETICALLY IMMATURE WILLY AND FART JOKES. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!]
Cockney rhyming slang works like this …
It uses the first of a linked pair of words to stand for another word, whereby it is actually the second of the pair that rhymes.
For instance … “I went up the apples and went to bed”. The full version would be "I went up the apples and pears (stairs) and went to bed."
Another… “Can I have a butcher’s?” comes from "Can I have a butcher’s hook (look)?
Some more … “I don’t Adam it” … Adam and Eve - believe.
Pony (and Trap) - crap
Go for a Ruby (Murray) - curry.
You get the picture?
Anyway it’s some sort of code (you’ll have to ask Tigger), probably so no outsiders realised that they were all incestuous cannibles or summat …
but anyway, in Almeria, it was pretty obvious that a certain German got asking about the verbal antics of the fistful of (if not all cockneys) Londoners, at least.
If I remember thru the lager-addled sunstroke, some of our better efforts went like this …
“Phil, you’ll end up with a fistful of knuckles in the Lee Vans (Cleef - teeth) if you carry on like that.”
I’ll let you work out these two …
“Yod, if you start any more fights with the locals you’re likely to end up with a kick in the Eli’s from one of 'em.”
And this one from Tigger … “I’ll be down in a minute - I’m just having a quick Erika!!!”
Anybody wanna join in … (With the spaghetti rhymin’ that is)?