Rhyming slang quiz

Published on Sep 15, 2020

Rhyming slang is a form of slang constructed on the English language and involves replacing a common word with two or more other words, the last of which rhymes with the original word.

For example, the "dog and bone" is the phone, the "trouble and strife" is your wife, and the "china plate" is your mate.

However, on many occasions, one or more last words are dropped, and the slang term now bears no resemblance to the original word.

For example, the "dog" is the phone, the "trouble" is your wife, and a "china" is your mate.

So, here is a rhyming slang quiz for you.

To get you started, here are a few to warm you up. They should be straight forward.

  1. Frog and toad
  2. Bugs Bunny
  3. Bob Hope
  4. Steak and kidney
  5. Royce Hart

....and now a few harder ones, with the last word, dropped out.

  1. Noah's
  2. Apples
  3. Captain
  4. Mincers
  5. Plates

Good luck with your answers, you can check them here tomorrow.