Standing there like a tin of milk

Discussion in 'SMB' started by PinzaC55, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. Amnorrageordie

    Amnorrageordie Midfield

    Yay must've been a reet buggerlugs yay like.

    Was used regular by the noahs ark crowd in the 80s.
     
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  2. 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.
     
  3. matt228

    matt228 Midfield Contributor

    :lol:Skad? You just making shit up now.
     
  4. dangermows

    dangermows Striker

    Nah, that's well known. I'd spell it scad though, presuming it's cos it's scadding hot.
     
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  5. matt228

    matt228 Midfield Contributor

    Fair enough. I grew up in Shildon, school in Bishop, but my mam’s from Easington/Seaham and some of these words, man. :lol: Never heard them.

    I googled “topper” and it sort of makes sense. I might start using it.

    No-one says “marra” in Shildon, either.
     
  6. Billy2Sheds

    Billy2Sheds Midfield

    Doylum
    Hoy
    Hinny
    Dole Waller

    I'm from Newcastle mind but a lot in here I think are said all round the NE. Never heard 'behopes' mind
     
  7. peterleeblackcat

    peterleeblackcat Midfield

    "I'll box yer lugs" is what I was used to hearing
     
  8. Straight up is it not? Makes perfect sense.

    Ha'way

    Should have clouted him across his bracket
     
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  9. play war
    fillum
    get wrong
    one o clock half struck
     
  10. MackneyHackem

    MackneyHackem Midfield

    His what sorry?
     
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  11. Six and two threes.

    Everyone else says six and half a dozen and thinks I’m mad.
     
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  12. muggboots

    muggboots Striker

    Honest, the 2 words don't go together. It's being told off really.
     
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  13. bobpc30

    bobpc30 Winger

    All sour?

    My mother used to say the tin o milk thing all the time when I was younger
     
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  14. The Falcon

    The Falcon Midfield

    Put the big lights on, use the cracket man
     
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  15. skybo

    skybo Goalkeeper

    Second verse.
    He tried to duck
    But could he fuck
    It hit him fair and square.
     
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  16. The Falcon

    The Falcon Midfield

    Chabbels up
     
  17. Hull_Mackem

    Hull_Mackem Winger

    A lot of North easterners say "tret" which doesn't exist as a word. (Treated)
     
  18. durham.mackem

    durham.mackem Winger

    Not sure if already mentioned but I knew a few people who'd always say "but" at the end of a sentance. Fucking wrangens.
     
  19. Aye, after I break their hearts.;)
     
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  20. matt228

    matt228 Midfield Contributor

    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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