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41 minutes ago, theowlsman said:

Reyt job being a footballer. That’s them in work time.

Just wait till you find out they spend most days kicking a round thing about similar to when you were a kid. Only they get payed a few thousand for it :ghoulguy: 

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2 hours ago, oldtawnyowl said:

You don't brew a cup of tea in Sheffield, you mash a cup of tea.lol

 

I always thought that "brew" was more Lancashire than Yorkshire.

 


At long last someone who gets it!! Always said that! Brew is definitely a Lance term.

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31 minutes ago, robowl4life said:


At long last someone who gets it!! Always said that! Brew is definitely a Lance term.

 

Correct. My Rochdale mate is always asking for a "brew"? My usual riposte is that I don't make my own ale. 

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19 hours ago, daveyboy66 said:

Are you joking ? If you've ever listened to Dutch radio it's impenetrable.  You can get a sense of French, German and Spanish  just listening to it but Dutch ! If they did it with our players it would be a nil nil draw 🤣

True, work in Holland a fair bit, language is messed up no wonder 98% speak English. 

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Shame they missed out my favourite from that book that I think The Star might have published back in the 1980s called 'Sheffieldish' : oo-wer-ee-wee? wur-ee-wee-iz-sen ?

 

 

 

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22 hours ago, Ian said:

Anyone else think asking Pelupessy and Van Aken what nesh means was a tad cruel?

 

Got to be honest, I'm from Skipton and I've never heard that one.

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