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KF's British idioms explained

drunkentiger

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Jan 7, 2011
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I loved the name Jif, it had a J in it. Isn't there a brand of lemon juice called Jif, you know, the one that comes in plastic lemons for packaging.
Here in the United States, "Jif" is a brand of peanut butter. Never knew it was also a brand of lemon juice, as well as a cleaner. How appetizing!:D
 

Stephen

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Not to sound too pedantic but being from London (which a pretty big place) does not make one a cockney.