What’s a pony in money slang?

How much money is a pony in slang?

Money Slang

1 pound Lost and Found
25 pounds (Pony) Macaroni
5 pounds Lady Godiva
5 pounds (fiver) Deep Sea Diver
50 pence Cow's calf Alternatives

What is 10 pound in Cockney?

Cockle is Cockney slang for 10 pounds (tenner).

How much is a pony Cockney?

The most widely recognised Cockney rhyming slang terms for money include 'pony' which is £25, a 'ton' is £100 and a 'monkey', which equals £500. Also used regularly is a 'score' which is £20, a 'bullseye' is £50, a 'grand' is £1,000 and a 'deep sea diver' which is £5 (a fiver).

How much does a pony cost?

The Cost of Ponies Ponies might be smaller in stature than horses, but that doesn't mean their purchase or upkeep costs are proportionally smaller. The cost of a good pony can be the same or higher than a horse. Expect prices for suitable first ponies to be about $1,000 and upwards.

What is a bluey in money?

Ten pounds – Tenner. Five pounds – Fiver, bluey (because they are blue in colour)

What is a pinky in money?

For those unfamiliar with social networking site Bebo piff means good, pee is money and pinky is £50.

What is a stack in money?

A "stack" is slang for $1,000.

What is a roll of money called?

Bankrolls: Roll of paper money.

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