1. An act of defecation. Cockney rhyming slang from ‘sh*t’. From William Pitt (1759-1806), the youngest Prime Minister of England on record.
Me: “Right, I’m off for a William Pitt!”
Joe: “not again, what’s wrong with you man!”
Noun. To masturbate. Cockney Rhyming Slang on ‘wank’. See ‘wanking‘
Me: “So you didn’t crack on with her then?”
Joe: “No way! She’s the boss’ daughter, I just made my excuses and went home and had a tommy tank.”
Adjective. Wrong. Cockney Rhyming slang. After Pete Tong, a well known British radio and club D.J.
Me: “WTF has happened here?”
Joe: “Don’t know, it’s all gone a bit Pete Tong.”
Adjective. Feeling ill or nauseous. Cockney Rhyming slang on sick.
Noun. Pertaining to Stella Artois, a popular brand of Lager. Cockney Rhyming slang on Stella. Paul Weller, is a famous British pop musician.
Phrase. Taking time off work due to sickness. Cockney Rhyming slang for on the sick. See ‘Pat and Mick’.
Noun. Fist. Cockney Rhyming slang.
Adjective. Deaf. Cockney rhyming slang on the cartoon characters created
by Bud Fischer and popular after the Second World War. Cf. ‘mutton’.
Noun. A contemptible or detestable person. Cockney Rhyming slang for ‘wanker’.
Me: “Bloody hell, what’s wrong with him?”
Joe: “He’s a total merchant banker!”
Noun. An act of masturbation. Cockney Rhyming slang on J. Arthur Rank (founder of the Rank film organisation), whose surname rhymes with ‘wank’.
Me: “So, did you score last night?”
Joe: “Nah, ended going home and having a J Arthur”