THIS GAME MAY BE WHOLLY UNINTELLIGIBLE TO ENGLISH SPEAKERS OUTSIDE THE UK (AND MANY WITHIN IT)
Welcome to the Cockney Rhyming Slang Game, a simple free online game for all......
Notes for newcomers: In the markets of London a slang dialect has developed over the centuries. This dialect largely consist of phrases which rhyme with conventional English words - hence the name "rhyming slang". For example, "apples and pears" is cockney slang for "stairs", "tea leaf" is slang for "thief" and so on.
The Cockney Rhyming Slang Game is very straightforward. A phrase constructed using Cockney Rhyming Slang appears on screen. You have to guess what the phrase means. Once you've thought up an answer in your head just click the "answer" button to see if you were right or not. Then try another phrase and another and so on. Click below to continue:
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