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Real Men Bake Bread

100% Cotton T-shirt, retro style designed by Balcony Shirts, regular wash.

 

£12.95

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Uni-sex hooded top. Double Fabric Hood, nice and cosy, twin needle stitching, ribbed cuffs & hem.

 

£25.00

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£10.00

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£7.00

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Self fabric neck tie with sliding, adjustable buckle. Self fabric 90cm long ties, Width 72cm. Length 86cm. Industrial laundry 85°C. Domestic wash 60°C. Weight: 195 gsm

 

£15.00

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Real Men Bake Bread

Cockney rhyming slang replaces a common word with a phrase of two or three words, and then generally omits the original rhyming word - so 'Bread' is the Cockney rhyming slang term for money, where bread and honey = money. Other commonly used rhyming slang terms include 'dog' (as in 'dog and bone') for telephone, 'trouble' ('trouble and strife') for wife and 'apples' ('apples and pears') for stairs. You can go to the rub-a-dub in your whistle and titfer for a few Britneys then if you've got any bread left you can follow it up by going down the frog with a few of your chinas for a Ruby. Something like that anyway. Perhaps we should come up with some rhyming slang for 'cool t-shirt'.  If you can think of anything, let us know...


We've also written a sing about baking bread. Learn the song and you'll be able to bake bread, yeah!

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