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Definition funny of Cockney:

urbanLiterally, a person born within earshot of the bells of St Mary-le-Bow church in what is now the City of London. However, technically speaking there can be no cockneys born after 1945 since the bells were destroyed by German bombs during WWII. Today the term has expanded to encompass not only those from East London specifically but from London in general. The latter tends to be attributed by non-Londoners, stemming from their ignorance of the true meaning of the word.

urbanperson from london's east end. rhyming slang used in london's east end

urbaneg: mate = china plate = china and so mate = china

urbanPerson from the East End of London. Supposedly 'born with the sound of bow-bells'. When I used to live in Houghton Regis there were some next door, and they talked and acted nothing like the ones in Eastenders (most of whom are posh actors trying to sound working class). And let's be honest, a lot of TV producers are lovies and darlings who seem to think working class people (especially cockneys) are automatically criminals. Alright, I'm sure there are criminals in the East End. But thanks to a succession of useless, soft-head, corrupt UK governments, there are bloody villains everywhere you go in Britain. Counties around the south of England tend of be full of 'mockneys' - total arseholes who think putting on a fake cockney accent makes them sound hard (but don't tell their mummies).

urbanMo Slater has stolen a baby's cot and is now selling it like the heartless criminal she is. Egads! You nasty evil cockney! Oh, go smell the coffee, BBC.

urbanthe best accent ever!

songs

Songs about Cockney:

songsCockney Thug by Rusko from the Album Blow Your Head: Diplo Presents Dubstep

songsCockney Thug (Caspa Remix) by Rusko from the Album Dubstep Onslaught Vol.3

songsCockney Violin by Caspa from the Album The World's Heaviest - Dubsteb, Grime & Bass

songsThe Drummer And The Cook (Cockney Air) by Harry Belafonte from the Album An Evening With Belafonte

songsMonster (From "Cockneys vs Zombies") by Academy Allstars from the Album Music from Zombie Films [Explicit]

songsI Predict a Riot (From "Cockneys vs Zombies") by Academy Allstars from the Album Music from Zombie Films [Explicit]

songsYardie & Cockney by Peter Metro from the Album Penthouse Flashback Series (Peter Metro) [Explicit]

books

Books about Cockney:

booksCockney Orphan by Carol Rivers (Apr 11, 2013)

booksCockney Rhyming Slang by Dwayne Nettles (Apr 29, 2013)

booksHow to Speak Brit: The Quintessential Guide to the King's English, Cockney Slang, and Other Flummoxing British... by Christopher J. Moore (Sep 11, 2014)

booksCockney Reject by Jeff Turner, Garry Bushell and Morrissey (Apr 1, 2010)

booksThe Cockney Angel by Dilly Court (Oct 19, 2009)

booksThe Cockney Dialect (CD included) by Paul Meier (2012)

booksThe Language of London: Cockney Rhyming Slang by Daniel Smith (Jun 1, 2011)

movies

Movies about Cockney:

moviesCockneys Vs Zombies 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 29 mins Starring: Rasmus Hardiker, Harry Treadaway, et al. Directed by: Matthias Hoene

moviesCockneys Vs. Zombies 2012 R - Runtime: 1 hr 28 mins Starring: Michelle Ryan and Harry Treadaway Directed by: Matthias Hoene

moviesEast End Babylon: Story of the Cockney Rejects 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins

moviesDarts the Crafty Cockney Way 1989 - Runtime: 45 mins

moviessteve harley and cockney rebel live from london dvd Italian Import -

moviesEast End Babylon - The Story of the Cockney Rejects -

moviesCockney Rejects - East End to the Wesat End -

wiki

Wiki information Cockney:

Cockney

The term Cockney has had several distinct geographical, social, and linguistic associations. Originally a pejorative applied to all city-dwellers, it was eventually restricted to Londoners and particularly to the "Bow-bell Cockneys": those born...

Rhyming slang

Rhyming slang is a form of phrase construction in the English language and is especially prevalent in dialectal English from the East End of London; hence the alternative name, Cockney rhyming slang. The construction involves replacing a common word...