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Chapter 6 - Plates Of Meat - Feet

Richard Digance, Cockney Rhyming Slang, The End Of The Frog and Toad, London History
Denmark Arms where my Mum booked David Bowie for £8, true.

On the subject of feet, why is it that people can suffer from athlete’s foot in the singular, but never athlete’s feet in the plural? Surely if one foot is more athletic than the other then it would lead to walking or running around in circles and never in a straight line? It may well be the reason why running tracks aren’t straight. However, they never used to be when the first athletic meetings came to be. I seem to be talking in riddles that may not understand as I don’t understand either.

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Richard Digance, The End Of The Frog and Toad, Cockney Rhyming Slang, London History


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