“Eat it, swallow it, the pond’s deepest tar.”

Second install­ment in an occasional series of COCKY extras.

First installment in an occasional series of COCKY extras.

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We feel like Dorothy when she said goodbye to the Scarecrow.

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My Arse — Lock — Wide Boy — Doss. The final Cocky Companion!

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Twentieth!

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Wine gums? Marmite? Peg? A guide to Cocky’s vernacular.

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Nineteenth

Strewth? Guff? Scuppered? What’s Cocky on about this time?

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Eighteenth

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Nissen Hut? Wankered? Once-over? Cocky’s Britishisms, explained.

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Seventeenth

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Jackanory? White van? Suss? Clock? What’s Cocky on about now?

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Sixteenth

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Frigging? Towpath? Gob­smacked? What’s Cocky on about now?

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Fifteenth

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Who ends sentences with “Me” or “Like,” or fills them with “Sort of”?

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Fourteenth

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Come-on- ness? Chap? Frank Champard? What’s Cocky on about now?

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Thirteenth

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Wot — Meself — Innit. The badgers’ lexical cock­punching, explained.

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Twelfth

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Mate? Geezer? Face? What’s Cocky on about this time?

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The Ballad of Cocky the Fox: Fit the Eleventh