cucumber boxes

a language reference meaning a word that by its pr*nunciation sound like it means something else only due to the (often complex) phonetic sound (perceived as funny by non-english citizen). it has originated among (peferable swedish) tourists in uk and has now been spread to the uk population itself meaning essentially gibberish. (primary london and brighton area).
swedish tourist to finnish tourist: “what does omnicidal maniac trope mean?”
finnish tourist: “no idea, its probably just “cuc*mber boxes”

british person watching political debate: “i can´t understand what he is talking about”
second person watching: “doesn´t matter its just gibberish – cuc*mber boxes”

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