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Del How much exactly did it go for?
Rodney Six point two million. Just over three million each.
Del Well we've had worse days ain't we?

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A Selection from Del Speak

cop - to receive something, or a police officer.
cosmic -outstanding; exceptional
cushty - great; brilliant
dipstick - a fool
el-bow - also 'the Spanish fiddler', to end a relationship
enemy - wife, missus
Gandhi's revenge - a dodgy stomach
heave-ho - another way of saying 'el-bow'
Hooky - implies that the item in question is stolen
hump - to be annoyed
humpty-dumpty - to perform sexual relations
jacksie - the posterior
jaffa - to be 'seedless' as in infertile, one who 'fires blanks'
lovely jubbly - brilliant, great, cushty
mutton - deaf, hard of hearing
noofter - a gay man
plonker - an idiot
pony - £25 (Twenty Five Pounds Sterling)
pukka - great, perfect
ruby - Indian takeaway cuisine
schtum - to keep quiet, keep a secret
Shepherds Bush - a place in London
sort - a woman, or bird
stoke on trent - a gay man
stone me - an exclamation of anguish
stuke - a difficult situation
this immortal curl - the world
Trevor Francis - an England soccer/football player/coach from the 1980's.
triffic - great, wonderful
twonk - a plonker or dipstick
V.A.T - is a type of sales tax paid on goods
wally - a twonk, a plonker, or a dipstick



Magnifique, Hooky Street

Stick a pony in me pocket,
I'll fetch the suitcase from the van.
Cos if you want the best 'uns,
But you don't ask questions,
Then brother, I'm your man.
Cos where it all comes from is a mystery,
It's like the changin' of the seasons,
And the tides of the sea.
But here's the one that's drivin' me beserk,
Why do only fools and horses work?

We've got some half price cracked ice and miles and miles of carpet tiles,
T.V.s, deep freeze and David Bowie L.P.s,
Ball games, gold chains, whassa-names, and at a push,
Some Trevor Francis track suits from a mush in Shepherds Bush,
Bush, bush, bush, bush, bush, bush, bush ...
No income tax, no V.A.T.,
No money back, no guarantee,
Black or white, rich or poor,
We'll cut prices at a stroke......
God bless Hooky Street,
Viva Hooky Street,
Long live Hooky Street,
C'est magnifique, Hooky Street,
Magnifique, Hooky Street,

Hooky Street (to fade)





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