Question by ~ Libby ~: British Vernacular — What is the difference between a “Punter” & a “Teddy Boy”?
I posted this under Sociology & Languages, with no responses.

So, I am trying R&P and Football(UK).

I saw it in a Motorhead interview about a fight during one of their early concerts.

I heard these Terms used as 2 sides that were in a Pub Fight.

Promise this is my last question (it’s just been bugging me, that’s all )

Thank you.

Best answer:

Answer by Kat (in reserve)
a punter is a person who is a customer, usually of a pub, and a teddy boy is a rocker or someone who has a quiff and likes rock n roll music
*looks down* thanks huni

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