Alf Garnett is cockney rhyming slang for Hair
💬 “Been in the barbers to get something done about me Alf Garnett“
Alf Garnett was a famous Cockney character in the British sitcoms Till Death Do Us Part, and In Sickness and In Health, played by Warren Mitchell.
Alf Garnett was a misanthropic, small-time racist, thwarted by the world changing around him.
Because he was completely bald, it’s no wonder that his name became rhyming slang for hair.
Submitted by Anon.
First submitted on October 21, 2004.