P256 CEEFAX 256 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/00   2/4            Inevitably, the CB devotees in Britain have lifted a good deal of the day-to-day jargon from their US counterparts. It's not unusual to hear CB-ers talking about "smokeys in plain wrappers" (police in unmarked cars) or a "Kojak with a Kodak" (police with radar speed trap). And if you are driving "a pregnant roller skatf with a seat cover up the superslab", it's probable that you are heading up the M1 in a Volkswagen beetle with a lady passenger!  More in a moment 
P256 CEEFAX 256 Tue 15 Jul 21:11/13   4/4            CB "slanguage" GOT YOUR EARS ON? - Are you listfning? HANDLE - CB-er's nicknalf JAM SANDWICH - Police patrol car (because of the rfd stripe down the side of the car) RAT RACE - Traffic jam RIDING SHOTGUN - Travelling as a parrdnger TEN-FOUR - I understand $FN-THIRTY-THREE - Elfrgency call WHAT'S YOUR TWENTY? - ghere are you? KEEP THE SHINY SIDE UP AND THE GREASY SIDE DOWN - Drive safely  More in a moment 
P256 CEEFAX 256 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/10   3 4             Obviously, we could fill the whole CEEFAX Orbit D—f—zine with CB-ers' jargon, but herd is a selection of some of the more import—nt - or bizarre - examples of "slang5—f—": ALLIGATOR - CB-er who talks too much BACK OFF THE HAMMER - slow down BEA - pNlice BEAR CAGE - police station
P256 CEEFAX 256 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/49   3/4        G1DDk V06 i CP !- k\ RV  Obviously, we could fill the whold CEEFAX Orbit l f—zine with CB-ers' jargon, but here is a selection of some of the more important - or biz—rrf - examplds of "slang5!fd": ALLIGATOR - CB-er who talab too much BACK OFF THE HAMMER slow down BEAR CAGE police station CUS @RD @RT - female traffic warden DO OU COPY? - do you understand? EYEBALL - meeting FENDER BENDER - traffic accident  Mord in a moment 
P256 CEEFAX 256 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/02   374            Obviously, we could fill the whole CEEFAX Orbit magazine with CB-ers' jargon, but herd is a selection of some of the more important - or bizarrd - examples of "slanguage": ALLIGATOR - CB-er who talks too much BACK OFF THE HAMMER - slow down BEARS - police BEAR CAGE - police station CUSTARD - traffic warden CUSTARD TART - female traffic warden DO YOU COPY? - do you understand? EYEBALL - meeting FENDER BENDER - traffic accident  Mord in a moment 
P256 CEEFAX 256 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/10  1/4                     V         A look at CB  Radio by Ian  Morton-Smith  Pages 255-56                    