Alan Whickers – knickers

Apples and pears – stairs

Artful Dodger – lodger

Baker’s Dozen – Cousin

Ball and Chalk – Walk

Barney Rubble – trouble

Bees and honey – money

Brass Tacks – facts

Bread and Honey – money

Bubble and Squeak – Greek

Bubble Bath – Laugh

Butcher’s hook – a look

China plate – mate (friend)

Cows and Kisses – Missus (wife)

Daisy Roots – boots

Dicky bird – word

Dog’s meat – feet [from early 20th c.]

Frog and Toad – road

Jam-jar – car

Lady Godiva – fiver

Loaf of Bread – head

North and south – mouth

Plates of meat – feet

Rosy Lee – tea (drink)

Round the Houses – trousers

Ruby Murray – curry

Sausage Roll – goal

Septic tank – Yank

Skin and Blister – sister

Tables and chairs – stairs

Tea leaf – thief

Trouble and strife – wife

Two and eight – state (of upset)

Whistle and flute – suit (of clothes)