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What does it mean to usually 'bubble' ?

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    As Wiley says...enlighten me.
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    Fart.
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    Have a laugh as in having a bubble.
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    You're 'avin' a bubble sahn.
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    laugh
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    It has lots of meanings but MSB's seems to sound right.
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    Cockney rhyming slang; you're having a bubble bath = you're having a laugh.
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    (Original post by Easy E)
    Cockney rhyming slang; you're having a bubble bath = you're having a laugh.
    ^^^^^ Was just about to post that lol. Having a laugh/banter/bubble.

    Still loving this song, one of the best tunes to hear when out !
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    (Original post by MSB)
    Fart.
    LOL I believed that then!
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    you having a fooking bubble mayyte?
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    To laugh... it's Cockney rhyming slang (so clever ).

    'Bubble' = 'bubble bath', rhymes with 'laugh'

    Love Wiley in general, but love this tuuune
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    What would we doooooo


    bubble bath, cows calf, turkish bath,wooly hat and scarf, giraffe, rory mcgrath

    LAUGHHHH
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    (Original post by Cerulean)
    As Wiley says...enlighten me.
    Wiley as in 'Wat do you call it' Wiley?
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    bubbling up = crying


    no? ish?
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    bath doesnt rhyme with laugh.
    doenst that defeat the whole point of cockney rhyming slang?

    ooo-er i better get clued up on this lingo before i move there in 3 weeks
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    Oh! I thought it was a type of dance. I knew it was rhyming slang for laugh, but just didn't think that was what he meant.

    Edit - lol! I've just looked up 'bubble dance' and I was right, it is a type of dance, but I don't think that's what he meant! I think I was thinking of the Bogle dance move, from the '90s. Who remembers that?
    Laugh is probably right then!
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    i thaught he was saying babble
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    i thought he said 'babble' as in chat x
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    (Original post by francescarella)
    bath doesnt rhyme with laugh.
    Um.

    Yes, it does.
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    (Original post by francescarella)
    bath doesnt rhyme with laugh.
    doenst that defeat the whole point of cockney rhyming slang?

    ooo-er i better get clued up on this lingo before i move there in 3 weeks
    It does in the areas where Cockney rhyming slang is used i.e. London (and the south?). :yep:

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