2)The chaotic blur that is the soul of the Cockney dialect.
Daisies (shoes) (daisy roots = boots).
"She's a pretty twist" (twist and twirl = girl)
"He's ginger" (ginger beer = queer / homosexual. Derogatory unless uttered by fellow travellers)
"I took the lift to the apples"(apples and pears = upstairs, though not even pensioners use that phrase anymore)
Trouble & Strife=Wife
Plates of Meat=Feet
Apples & Pears=Stairs
Pony & Trap=Crap
My trouble sent me to pick up the dustbins from school, and I stepped in a massive pile of pony and trap.
prunes (syrup of)=wig
apples and pears=stairs
busy bee=general theory of relativity