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The word wassail comes from Old English was hál, related to the Anglo-Saxon greeting wes þú hál , meaning "be you hale"—i.e., "be healthful" or "be healthy".The results point to a stark divide between rich and poor areas, with the latter being widely known as one of the wealthiest regions of the UK.It's believed the differences in life expectancies could be to do with the Londoners earning more on average to afford private healthcare and gym memberships. Female residents of the London borough can expect to live until they are 86.4, the Office for National Statistics data reveals.When the director cuts, they spit it out in disgust, with Bart remarking that it tasted "like hurl".Wassail was featured on the BBC Two special Oz and Hugh Drink to Christmas, which aired in December 2009.