jesus christ i've lived in this country 4 a while but sometimes i don't understand what you folks are talking about
lol, thats an expression if some makes a smutty remark.....I think it may have come off one of the Carry On films...
: is response to "more tea vicar" suggesting that the phrase did originate a faux polite response to a public fart. (though I can't find the phrase on the page).
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If I had to choose, "let Polly out of jail" would be my favorite.
: : Oliver Cromwell might have said "Who farted".
: Hmmm. I don't think that has the same je ne sais quoi as "let Polly out of jail."
Ah, but Oliver was the plain speaking man of his times.
Having googled it, this is what I found, I think you're going to be more confussed about the "who let polly out of jail" someting kids used to use many years ago...myself included!!!
"OOOh matron! "
What about the cream cakes adverts...Naughty but Nice!!