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On 7 Apr 2011 at 2:30pm Oh what fun we had. wrote:
As I am bored to tears I thought we should have a little go at filling a thread. ok so the game is nick names for money. One per post please, Can we fill it?
I'll start with the obvious
£1 = Quid
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 3:50pm how fun wrote:
general = reddies
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 4:19pm gwat wrote:
Wonga
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 4:38pm Taff wrote:
Joey = 3d
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 4:48pm Mrs Twine wrote:
Dosh
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 5:10pm Deelite wrote:
Mulla
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 5:28pm Penguin wrote:
6d = Tanner
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 5:46pm Mart wrote:
Lady Gadiva = Fiver
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:25pm Ken Wood wrote:
bob = shilling
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:29pm 'ere be monsters wrote:
Pony £25, Monkey £500
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:31pm 'ere be monsters wrote:
An old penny, a coal 'eaver
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:49pm jrsussex wrote:
Long 'un = £100 and of course a grand = £1,000
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:51pm jrsussex wrote:
And of course, give us a score = £20
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:53pm jrsussex wrote:
And of course £100,000 = 100k
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 6:54pm jrsussex wrote:
Now I'm bored
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 7:39pm Bling Mare wrote:
Spondoolies
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 8:19pm madge wrote:
bread
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 9:54pm expat wrote:
Brass and dough
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 11:06pm Paul Newman wrote:
The scratch
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 11:06pm Paul Newman wrote:
The doh ray me
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 11:08pm Paul Newman wrote:
The cheese ( well it was on the Wire ?)
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 11:09pm Rookie wrote:
I'm holding folding (copyright Arthur Daley).
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 11:12pm Money Monster wrote:
Squandilinies, readies, dosh, squidly didily, goonies-da-la-roonies, money beans, golden nuggets, little treasures, heads or snails, chocolate coins, monopoly money, e.t.c................
 
 
On 7 Apr 2011 at 11:44pm coconut wrote:
beer tokens.....
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 12:34am IMEYOU wrote:
A Green ?
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 6:56am drone wrote:
An Archer = £2000. The hush money he allegedly paid to a prostitute.
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 8:17am Vesbod wrote:
Gelt (German), arian (Welsh)
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 9:09am Jeremy wrote:
Nine bob note = Hoist
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 11:45am Rods Tiger wrote:
Sausage - cockney rhyming
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 12:20pm Ganglian wrote:
Thrupenny bits = Bristol Cities
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 12:20pm Paul Newman wrote:
Sausage is not cockney Rhyming slang you holy Friar
1
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 12:45pm Ed Can Do wrote:
Sausage and Mash, Cash?
£1 coins - Nuggets
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 12:58pm Mervyn King wrote:
What is Money Monster talking about? Apart from readies and dosh, I think he made the rest up. I have never heard of any of this nonsense and I am the governer of the Bank of England!
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 1:23pm jrsussex wrote:
Mervyn - Welcome to the forum. Can you and I discuss a loan?
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 2:24pm Wagbo wrote:
Cock n Hen = £10 Pony = £25 Heard Bottle but not sure what amount it is.
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 2:30pm Flower Meadow wrote:
Maggie =one-pound coin
because 'it's brassy, two-faced and thinks it's a sovereign'
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 3:42pm Rods Tiger wrote:
Paul Newman - if sausage isn't cockney, what is it's origin ?
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 3:43pm Rods Tiger wrote:
Pavaroti
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 5:15pm Paul Newman wrote:
Its mockney , comes from a loo book, it is in fact pony old son . What you want is a bit of pie , a load of Arthur not any Crosby Stills or Jumpin, Jack and if you must its whose got the Bangers ...
Aiii
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 5:34pm Grunge wrote:
I think it comes from the French word "saucisson"
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 6:24pm Bling Mare wrote:
Groat
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 8:11pm Bloke wrote:
A bluey - fiver, a brown one - tenner
a donk - a pound
nicker - a pound
 
 
On 8 Apr 2011 at 8:29pm Cowboy wrote:
A builders note. A bullseye, £50


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