17:10, Mon 22 Feb
When asking, "what's for dinner?" Getting the reply, "Shit with egg on".
When telling someone you wasn't born yesterday, "My name's Hunt not Cartwright"
In the pub, “Pint of snakebite and Pernod please”

Never heard that one. Don't get it either - what was that from?
17:11, Mon 22 Feb
Shit with egg on ................. Classic
17:21, Mon 22 Feb
Rocks for sweets?.
17:27, Mon 22 Feb
It took me years to get it. Replace the name Cartwright with a rhyming word for Hunt. It's a more polite way of saying "Don't take for me a c*^t"
17:29, Mon 22 Feb
3-0 to Blues

Mid Table
17:33, Mon 22 Feb
Wait till yer dad gets home!
17:53, Mon 22 Feb
Always used to say my names Hunt not Cunningham .

Titty-babies - still use that for vilers


Last year I was taking the p1ss out of someone on Social Media and got called 'a Swine'

I think they may have been from the Victorian era.
KC
17:55, Mon 22 Feb
Bonkers
17:57, Mon 22 Feb
Sweepover
Rocks for sweets?.

Crash your rocks!
18:02, Mon 22 Feb
Continental quilt, eiderdown, bolster.
18:02, Mon 22 Feb
I always say settee but youngsters seem to say sofa.
18:05, Mon 22 Feb
It took me years to get it. Replace the name Cartwright with a rhyming word for Hunt. It's a more polite way of saying "Don't take for me a c*^t"

I would never have worked that out - cheers mate 👍
18:09, Mon 22 Feb
wagging

Knock door run

Headers and volleys

Slams

Scrumping
18:14, Mon 22 Feb
Yowm yampy.
18:18, Mon 22 Feb
Game of Wembley or Germans.