Posted by sean on March 4, 2011 at 5:57 pm in Football with No Comments

It came to me a few weeks ago (well I think it may have been party Simon’s observation) that the surname of Blackburn striker, David Hoilett, almost rhymes with the word ‘toilet’.

I would like to make a request to add an entry to The Walford Dictionary of Cockney Rhyming Slang. I’m not sure who I need to contact for this, but if anyone has the telephone number of Barbara Windsor, it’ll be a start.

The rhyming of the word toilet with Hoilett, can be ‘cockneyfied’ to “I’m going to the David!” or “’scuse me, guvnor, where’s your David? I need a Brad Pitt!”

I can see this taking off in markets, pubs and jellied eel factories all over the East End.

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