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  • n. Plural form of rudeboy.


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  • On to the library where I bagged two of the books that had long been on my hit list- Gautam Malkani's Londonstani about a group of British-Asian "rudeboys" growing up in Hounslow and Monica Ali's Alentejo Blue set in a Portuguese village.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • This is a culture -- it's not a black thing, it's not rudeboys -- it's a London culture.' Adam Deacon: Britain's Latest Leading Man (VIDEO)

  • Ska legends the Specials were arguably the most anticipated of the day's three reunions of early-80s British acts (Echo and the Bunnymen and Public Image Ltd. also made appearances), and the greying rudeboys failed to disappoint in the late afternoon.

  • Of course there were the usual gaggle of rudeboys, Islamists, socialists and utterly batty people.

    Pickled Politics

  • Allah hu Akbar, and rudeboys with kaffiyeh bandanas who like to prance around in front of the television.

    Harry's Place

  • They’re actually all good guys if you get to know them, but when they drink, they can turn into a group of rudeboys real quick.

    Terry Radjaw of Mad Rad Being Charged With Assault « PubliCola


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