13 of the funniest shortening suggestions for ‘King’s Coronation’ | UK News
From cozzie livs (cost of living, for the uninitiated) to platty joobs, Britain loves shortcuts.
While the crowning glory is pretty hard to abbreviate, the internet is trying hard.
A TikToker gave his top 3 in one Video this has over a million views now.
Taking inspiration from the late Queen’s platinum jubilee, Joe Foster said: “If you’re looking for ways to short-cut the King’s coronation, like we do as Brits, look no further, I’ve got you covered.
“So the Queen’s Jubilee and everyone who calls it the Platty Joobs … my brain chemistry has changed forever so I just want to continue that this year,” he added.
Distinct Cor-Ree bobs.
Foster said it’s a twist on the “classic Holibobs.”
In the viral video, Mr Foster says that Corrie Nash – pronounced ‘naish’, the same as the beginning of the word nation – ‘is easy, rolls off the tongue. It follows that you know ‘Platty Joob’, ‘Corrie Nash’ ‘ vibes.
“I think that will be the winner.”
For number three, it’s “Chazzle Dazzle”.
“When does the Chazzle Dazzle start?
“I’m not sure I love it but I could use it,” Mr Foster said in the video.
Google joined in the fun, commenting, “Corry Nash really is something special.”
Another user commented: “We call it them Corrie no no in our house.”
Another said: “King Corrie. Simply.”
TL;DR? Here is a list of the best:
Corrie no no
King Corrie Bank Holi
Read more from Sky News:
The Ultimate Guide to the King’s Coronation
This is how you watch the coronation of the king
Little known facts about the ceremony
King’s message to train passengers
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