Discussion in 'SMB' started by PinzaC55, Jan 10, 2019.
Yay must've been a reet buggerlugs yay like.
Was used regular by the noahs ark crowd in the 80s.
Once was away for work with one of salesgirls, we had to be away early the next morning when we got back to our rooms I said to her don't sleep the caller mind. She looked back puzzled, made it worse when I said do you want me to knock you up.
Skad? You just making shit up now.
Nah, that's well known. I'd spell it scad though, presuming it's cos it's scadding hot.
Fair enough. I grew up in Shildon, school in Bishop, but my mam’s from Easington/Seaham and some of these words, man. Never heard them.
I googled “topper” and it sort of makes sense. I might start using it.
No-one says “marra” in Shildon, either.
I'm from Newcastle mind but a lot in here I think are said all round the NE. Never heard 'behopes' mind
"I'll box yer lugs" is what I was used to hearing
Straight up is it not? Makes perfect sense.
Should have clouted him across his bracket
one o clock half struck
His what sorry?
Six and two threes.
Everyone else says six and half a dozen and thinks I’m mad.
Honest, the 2 words don't go together. It's being told off really.
My mother used to say the tin o milk thing all the time when I was younger
Put the big lights on, use the cracket man
He tried to duck
But could he fuck
It hit him fair and square.
A lot of North easterners say "tret" which doesn't exist as a word. (Treated)
Not sure if already mentioned but I knew a few people who'd always say "but" at the end of a sentance. Fucking wrangens.
Aye, after I break their hearts.
In Scotland I noticed certain folks would say “tret”, too. Also “jamp” instead of “jumped”. Making up past tenses is widespread.
Southwest of Scotland around Oban. All the time but.
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