Discussion in 'SMB' started by Paddy O'Dors, Jun 6, 2019.
West Durham, just on the fringes of the Dales.
Aye, we exported the cowies there marra.
Everyone wanted to talk like a townie
"fucks sake man"
Got to be the most spoken phrase at a game anyway.
"Impittent fond". Remember that being directed at me many times as a kid!
"What does Honeyman even DO?"
Not specific to Sunderland I’m afraid
Was in Dawdon. Moved to North Yorkshire as a kid but never heard it there - or anywhere else. Is/was it Durham pit village vocabulary?
My grandparents used to say it, and they’re Shildon born and bred, so perhaps
Hadaway and shite.
General NE again.
Are people from Sunderland the Yanks of the North East, claiming they invented everything?
I didn’t read the thread, like.
And I’m not from Sunderland.
‘Kinnel. Frijj is banned again.
Is that Sunderland enough for you?
Here man yer radge daftie. Yer dinnet even knar is.
I even kidnapped me arn mar
most common thing i hear when leaving the match, "typical sunderland"...
Berwick to Brighton.
I’ve never heard southerners say it and people at university would associate “mortal”’with Geordie Shore, they’d never heard the term before
Thou's makin' gam!
Fucking lost again!
Only place have ever been called ‘hinney’
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