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21 Victorian Slang Terms Itís High Time We Revived

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  • Chris G.
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    I can't speak to the authenticity of these expressions as Victorian slang but here they are.

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  • Howard Brown
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    The other day I was reading a Ripper fiction story, A Good Night's Work, by Susan Clemens....and the phrase " a punch up the old whiskers " popped off the page.
    I like that one.

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  • Stevi B
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    Book of victorian slang

    I found this -
    a book of 100 Victorian slang words...

    http://flashbak.com/not-up-to-dick-1...be-using-9514/.

    so now we can all talk like what Fick and them East End boyz did

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  • Dave James
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    I like 'Mutton Shunter' - someone who herds the sheeple?

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  • Adam Went
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    I still hear "tickle the innards" from time to time when it's pub o'clock. As for the rest...

    Cheers,
    Adam.

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    21 Victorian Slang Terms Itís High Time We Revived

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