But what do you call it?I am doing some language research and need some local dialect/slang for money.I am in the west midlands, England, and we use words like:-Cash.Dosh.Doe.Ready's.Wonga.Spondoolies.Any response welcome but please let me know your location.
I think 'doe' is actually spelt 'dough'.Nevertheless, I'm in Sussex and we use all of those
geltwedgepounds and penceP'sbucksbread
BlackhatI think you will fid it's 'Spondoolix'But thats just the pronounciation used in the south.No offence meant.Where I now live 'Argent Liquid' is a term generally used. Just to add a little to the subject.
amongst my mates in North London, coinage, (rather than notes), has been called "Shrapnel", often shortenned to "Shrap"Regards,Simsy
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