this is an acronym for an old phrase used by prost-tutes – have a lovely f-ck penny
much more was available for a very small sum of money in the late 17th century, through the 18th century and into the early 19th century. halfpenny was a phrase used by many women who accosted men including the regency bucks of the 19th century in the street. the men knew the women actually required a penny for their services when they heard the expression halfpenny

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