Where do you think that it is?
North of Tibshelf services on the M1 is the North.
South of Trowell services on the M1 is the South.
Anywhere inbetween is the place to be.
We pronounce the word 'bath' with 2 'f's.
Well I call my mother Mam, so I must be a northerner.
I heard a story that the crowd at a Dover v Crawley football match were chanting "Go home you Northern b******s".
Everywhere is North.
If you put a full skip outside your house and it's empty in the morning, you're in the north. If you put an empty skip outside your house and it's full in the morning, you're in the south.
kittenkat wrote (see)
In my wife's eyes, it's Truro.
SwissJames wrote (see)
Well I can work out whether you're a northerner or southerner in a few simple questions: What is the ideal accompaniment for fish'n'chips? When do you eat "dinner"- (around midday, or in the evening)? How much is a reasonable price to pay for a pint?
Well I can work out whether you're a northerner or southerner in a few simple questions:
What is the ideal accompaniment for fish'n'chips?
When do you eat "dinner"- (around midday, or in the evening)?
How much is a reasonable price to pay for a pint?
I'll be interested to see how that works SJ! For the record:
I reckon the divide's round-about the Nottingham/Derby area.
Anything north of Salisbury
Chips and mushy peas.As a kid I'd always say dinner was at midday - these days depends who I'm talking to but in my head dinner is still midday, tea is at 5-6pm, if I'm eating at 7-8 it's because I've missed my tea.My local is £1.60 a pint and anything much over £2.20 I think is expensive.
runningowl wrote (see)
Scotland is beyond the wall where the wildlings live.
Passport checks at Coldstream.
Dinner is midday, tea in the evening, and supper before bed.Salt and vinegar on chips (and whatever random food item has been battered and deep fried to go with them)No idea what a pint costs. They're too difficult to drink from the brown paper bag.
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