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Re: "Keep your allens on

Posted by RRC on November 08, 2005

In Reply to: "Keep your allens on posted by Sarah Turnbull on November 08, 2005

: I would like to know the meaning of the rhyming slang phrase "Keep your allens on".

Alan Whickers = knickers thus "keep your knickers on" RRC