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On me bill

Posted by Carol Thomson on November 20, 2009 at 18:32

Here around Liverpool/The Wirral we use the phrase 'on me bill' or 'on your bill' to describe going somewhere by yourself. I assume it derives from billy no mates.
have also heard a pupil in my school say 'I've been billified' to describe being left on her own.
is it used anywhere else? Google returns no hits.