It includes words such as lollygagging (spending time aimlessly), mumbudget (to keep quiet) and conny wabble
(a mixture of eggs and brandy), the Daily Mail reported.
This was one of a number of serious 'Stafford Street Rows', but as the research of Roger Swift has shown, supposed Irish disorder and crime arose from the police targeting the Irish because of the unlawful distillation of alcohol and its sale in illegal 'wabble
Ironically the initial breakdown of the hare occurred as well backed favourite Speed Wabble
, owned by Helen Roche, partner of Nottingham promoter Terry Corden, swept into the lead at the penultimate bend in the 700 metres handicap.
Fully conscious of his audience's language games and the potential resentment they harbor, Hall facetiously swears never to shoot for beef again if the cross is not knocked out, then provides a ludicrous explanation of the single and double wabble
- shooting techniques, he explains, well known to all the best marksmen.