Taters in the Mould is cockney rhyming slang for Cold
💬 “Blimey it’s a bit taters, time to put on me weasel!“
Blimey, it’s a bit taters in here.Will
Will also submitted taters in the pot to mean hot, but this can’t work because taters can’t mean both hot and cold at the same time. It’s a good rhyme though.
See also: parky.
Submitted by the following 6 peeps:
- Mary Young,
- chris eatherton,
- betty laird,
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