It's Yorkshire Day!

#2
Ah know't. Am a propa Tyke missen
Eee Bah gum. Tis enuff t'mek Seth turn in t'grave. Its proper gladley an no misstek.

Missen im off t' t'chipoil t' git misself sum fish n taties an scran em dahn wi sum yawkshur teah

Then Issl get dahn ginnel an feed t'pidgeons an t'whippets

when thur fed proper Im off t t'workies to laike abaht wissum 5's n 3's, - all washed dahn wia gallon of Uncle Jusuahs finest (brewed in Leeds since 1822) cos am double fisted an' threpple thrioted

Its reet grand to be a yawkshur lad
 
#5
But YORKSHIRE day? That's just silly. I thought today was Benin's National Day - an equally 3rd world place full of people who can't speak English! ;)

In fact, according to this website, today is National Playday, World Breastfeeding Week and Road Victims Month. No sign of "oop North". The rest of August includes:

August 2006
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World Breastfeeding Week
01 - 07 Aug 2006
The greatest outreach vehicle for the breastfeeding movement, being celebrated in over 120 countries.

National Road Victim Month
01 - 31 Aug 2006
Highlighting the huge death toll witnessed every day on our roads and the need to make these safer.

Playday 2006
02 Aug 2006
The annual celebration of the child's right to play.

Marine Week
05 - 20 Aug 2006
Celebrating the UK's amazing sea animals and plants throughout August.

Sexual Health Week
07 - 13 Aug 2006
Campaigning to influence health professionals, the public and the media about a key topic in sexual health.

International Day of the World's Indigenous People
09 Aug 2006
Observed on this Day every year during the Second International Decade of the World's Indigenous People (2005-2014).

International Youth Day
12 Aug 2006
In 1999 the UN General Assembly endorsed a recommendation, originally proposed by young people, that this Day be declared International Youth Day.

International Left Handers Day
13 Aug 2006
Raising awareness of left-handedness and the challenges caused by living in such a right-handed world.

National Allotments Week
14 - 20 Aug 2006
A week to promote awareness and availability of allotments both locally and nationally as well as showing the public and the local authorities the strength of support and interest for the heritage of allotment culture.

World Water Week
20 - 26 Aug 2006
Experts from 100 countries are assembled this week in a global effort to improve human; welfare and the planet's health.

European Bat Weekend
26 - 28 Aug 2006
Bats make up a third of the UK's mammal population - of the 16 species of bat in this country, two are endangered and nine are threatened.

Families Day 2006
27 Aug 2006
Families Day 2006 celebrates the diversity of families in Scotland

I have absolutely no comment....
 

ex_wasp_L2

Lantern Swinger
#7
I lived in yorkshire for 18 months I think (I was only a lad at the time) and I know a few yorkies (the people not the dogs) if thats any help
 
#8
I will repeat againg to you Yorkie Bars, Jocks, Brummies, Scouse Gits and all others:

Civilization starts at Brighton, West Sussex, Then goes north until you reach the River Thames where it stops. North of that you have a "No Mans Land" between the River Thames and Oxford Street, London W1. Any where to the north of that is full of strange accented, clog and skirt wearing weirdos who keep ferrets and pigeons and eat strange items such as Black Pudding, pease pudding, mushy peas, haggis, deep fried batter mars bars etc. And the worst crime drink frothy crap beer out of kegs not real ale out of barrels.

A Southern Gentleman Nutty
 
#10
Nutty said:
I will repeat againg to you Yorkie Bars, Jocks, Brummies, Scouse Gits and all others:

Civilization starts at Brighton, West Sussex, Then goes north until you reach the River Thames where it stops. North of that you have a "No Mans Land" between the River Thames and Oxford Street, London W1. Any where to the north of that is full of strange accented, clog and skirt wearing weirdos who keep ferrets and pigeons and eat strange items such as Black Pudding, pease pudding, mushy peas, haggis, deep fried batter mars bars etc. And the worst crime drink frothy crap beer out of kegs not real ale out of barrels.

A Southern Gentleman Nutty
Southern yes but you always claimed to be and OD not a gentleman.

As to the beer, I can remeber some pretty awful conction in your delightful south, Brickwoods, and Plymouth, the very thought of them almost makes me feel sick.

Yes civilisation stops at Watford, but only when one is travelling south.

Hows the beer in Murcia?

Peter
 
#11
Nutty said:
I will repeat againg to you Yorkie Bars, Jocks, Brummies, Scouse Gits and all others:

Civilization starts at Brighton, West Sussex, Then goes north until you reach the River Thames where it stops. North of that you have a "No Mans Land" between the River Thames and Oxford Street, London W1. Any where to the north of that is full of strange accented, clog and skirt wearing weirdos who keep ferrets and pigeons and eat strange items such as Black Pudding, pease pudding, mushy peas, haggis, deep fried batter mars bars etc. And the worst crime drink frothy crap beer out of kegs not real ale out of barrels.

A Southern Gentleman Nutty
Only thing good thing coming from down South or SARF as you lot say is the motorway leading North!!

Real beer up North not poncy diluted rainwater shite!! And if the SARFEN lot ever drank a real pint of Guinness forget it a half would see those fairies off.
 
#12
Nutty , theres nowt wrong with Blackpudding ,Peaspudding ,Stottycake , me mouths watering just thinking of it , I hail from Newcastle so have to pass through Yorkshire to get there , just gets better and better the further North you go , but only as far as Geordieland of course , lovely lasses , :roll: :oops:
 

dubaipusser

Lantern Swinger
#16
I think it is long overdue for Yorkshire to have its' own parliament - couldn't do any worse than the bunch of t**ts in London, Scotland, Wales and N Ireland and plenty of proper home grown talent to fill the seats - be a bit like the Yorkshire cricket team of old (before they let ANYONE play whether they were a Yorkshireman or not).

Come on you Tykes!
 

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