Green’s Dictionary of Slang

bacon and eggs n.

[rhy. sl.]

(orig. Aus.) legs.

[[Aus] Glen Innes Examiner (NSW) 22 Oct. 9/4: The men stepped up to their work with a snap and a swing, singing — ‘bacon and eggs, take care of your legs’].
[Aus]Baker Popular Dict. Aus. Sl.
[US]Maurer & Baker ‘“Aus.” Rhy. Argot’ in AS XIX:3.
[UK]J. Franklyn Dict. Rhy. Sl.
[UK]Dodson & Saczek Dict. of Cockney Rhy. Sl.
[UK]P. Wright Cockney Dialect and Sl. 105: bacon an’ eggs ‘legs’.
[UK]R. Puxley Cockney Rabbit.
[UK]C. Fitzpatrick ‘Gower ’98’ on Sussex University Canoe Club [Internet] On the way back I got my daisy roots soaked after ball of chalking through the darling daughter. If you’re interested it came half way up my bacon and eggs.
[UK]B. Dark Dirty Cockney Rhy. Sl. 20: Nice bacon and eggs, shame about the rat race.