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missus'
London slang: 'wife' from 'Mrs', which was originally 'mistress'. This would be a reference to visiting day.
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shed
Heathrow Airport is surrounded by a vast amount of warehouses.
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bitter
A pun. 'bitter' is a typical English (tepid) beer. 'Give a little muscle' = become aggressive.
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how's your father
'How's your father' London slang for sexual intercourse. The Likely Lads was a popular television series in the 1960s and '70s.
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Wandsworth
Wandsworth Prison in south London. 'Fivers' are five pound notes.
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Sweeney's
'Sweeney Todd' - the Flying Squad, a special, mobile operations unit of the London Metropolitan Police.
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up the junction
Clapham Junction is a huge railway intersection. 'Up the Junction' is London slang for 'in serious trouble' 'screwed'.
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Out on the windy common
Clapham Common is a large open park in south London, a good spot for a rendezvous. Not a lot of trees, so it is often windy.
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