#AUSSlang: Rhyming slang (2)

A while back, we shared an article on some Australian rhyming slang. What’s rhyming slang? As previously mentioned in #AUSSlang: Rhyming slang, rhyming slang is a type of slang in which a word is replaced by words or phrases they rhyme with.

Let’s talk more about them in this article. Now, here are more examples of rhyming slang:

  1. Johnny Horner.  Meaning: corner.
    • Example:
      • Betty is reading her new book on the Johnny Horner.
  2. Dodge and shirk. Meaning: work.
    • Example:
      • A: Hey, where is Amanda?
      • D: Amanda is off to dodge and shirk.
  3. Frog and toad. Meaning: road.
    • Example:
      • Wilhemina, you can meet Daniel tomorrow morning because he has to hit the frog and toad now.
  4. Mud pies. Meaning: eyes.
    • Example:
      • Alexis is beautiful because she has big mud pies.
  5. Smash and grab. Meaning: cab.
    • Example:
      • Would you mind calling the smash and grab, Justin?

 

 

Compiled and written by @fabfebby at @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, March 24 , 2013

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