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Discussion in 'Infrastructure & Stations' started by vidal, 5 Dec 2019.
Or in Cockney rhyming slang: "Hackney [Wick]"
Nailsea & Backwell
New Barnet, barnet being cockney slang for head/hair
Bank Foot, on the Tyne and Wear metro
Penmaenmawr ( Pen = Head in Welsh)
Not just a part, but a whole body
The entire Heart of Wales line?
(ear) Drum chapel
unwanted body part: Pyle
Or even, Gall-lash-heels!
Palmersville, Tyne & Wear Metro
And one stop further east, Northumberland Park.
Not to mention Simonside.
A closed station not far from me: Eyemouth.
Two body parts for the price of one!
Folk on the Ale Trail seem to quite often amuse themselves by (deliberately) mis-hearing Mytholmroyd as "Haemorrhoid".
St. Helens central
Any 'bridge' (referring to the nose)
Creates strange thoughts that cannot be discussed in polite circles - how would people "function" if they had three c**ks ?