From “cozzie livs” (cost of living, for the uninitiated) to “monotonous work”, Brits love to use acronyms.
The coronation is hard to abbreviate, but the internet is doing its best.
A TikToker gives his top three video It now has over a million views.
Taking inspiration from the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Joe Foster said: “If you’re like the Brits and are struggling to find a way to shorten the king’s coronation, then I’ve got you.
“So the Queen’s Jubilee and everyone calling it a corny job … my brain chemistry has changed forever so I just want to continue this year,” he added.
Foster said it was an adaptation of “classic holibobs”.
In the viral video, Mr Foster says Corrie Nash – pronounced “naish”, the same as the beginning of the word country – is “simple, rolls off the tongue. You know, ‘platty joob’, ‘corrie nash ‘Vibe.
“I think that’s going to be the winner.”
The third place is “Chazzle Dazzle”.
“When does Chazzle Dazzle start?
“Not sure if I like it, but I can use it,” Mr Foster said in the video.
Joining in the fun, Google commented: “Corry Nash is really amazing.”
Another user commented: “We call it Corrie nay-nay in our house. “
Another said:king collie. simple. “
Long story short; Doctor? Here’s a list of all the best:
King corrie Bank Holi
Read more from Sky News:
The Ultimate Guide to the Coronation of Kings
How to Watch the King’s Coronation
Little Known Facts About the Ritual
message from the king to train passengers
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