Discussion in 'SMB' started by Paddy O'Dors, Jun 6, 2019.
Was asked today by an exile as proof of birthright.
"A bit shan that like"
I passed the test.
Gannin down the town tomorra neet like?
What does that mean?
That's canny radged that like.
Does it mean something else in Sunderland?
That is a class word. Drawked. I'll start using it!
Not heard that for years.
I reckon "marra" might be up there as the most Sunderland word for me, like. I learned it on here; no-one in Shildon or Bishop says it.
Eh? I was talking about 'chemist'.
That's a real word mate. You're just saying it funny.
HELLISH | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
"For fucks sake"
Maybe not a Sunderland phrase, but I say it a lot when I'm watching the match
I don't think "neet" is Sunderland myself.
Yeah,but it means good in Sunderland,not bad.
Spenk is pretty great too. Sat next to one atm.
hadaway n shite man
if yer garna gan, gan
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