SARF (OF THE RIVER) (a.) (colloq.) Hinterland lokated beyond the south shore of the Thames devoid of Sedan chairs due to the propensity of the local population to become cutpurses and felons
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SARF (OF THE RIVER)
The real London, where you can still find real Londoners.
Best wishes, Pete.
Unlike the poncy boys north of the River. Eh?
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Paddies and foreigners mostly, in my experience. 🙂 🙂