A cash machine operator has introduced Cockney rhyming slang to a number of ATMs in east London. Users can choose between English and Cockney, a form of English spoken by many who live in east London. In Cockney rhyming slang, for example, ï¿½sausage and mashï¿½ is substituted for ï¿½cash.ï¿½ And your ï¿½Huckleberry Finn?ï¿½ Well that's your PIN of course. The World's Laura Lynch ventured into east London to get the Morning Glory.
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