10 things you'll only understand if you're from Yorkshire
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Knowing exactly what tin tin tin means (alternatively, 't
Koreans have been trying to understand Yorkshire dialect pic.twitter.com/Vsodcf7eU3— Yorkshire Problems (@yorkshireprobs) December 19, 2016
In fact, just completely omitting the word 'the' from your vocabulary and still being able to understand. It's stereotypical of a Yorkshire man to say "t'" instead of "the" - but that's not true. We just don't use that word at all.
Happy Yorkshire Day one and all! Remember that only in Yorkshire is "tin tin tin" a full sentence! #yorkshireday— Jake Osman (@jakeosman) August 1, 2017
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Not wearing a coat until it hits -4ºC. We have thick skin and don't get cold. Ever. Yorkshire is never, ever cold or rainy...
Never having to leave the county for a beach holiday. Scarborough, Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, Sandsend, Staithes Flamborough... even Bridlington or Filey.
northern girls are metal as fuck how they going out in like minus a bajillion degrees with no coat and 5 inch heels i am in awe— vince noir (@aenesidemus_) October 10, 2015
Being superior to Lancashire. Manchester who?
We need a bigger fence.. pic.twitter.com/9EN3SxKDAE— Yorkshire Problems (@yorkshireprobs) December 16, 2016
Being superior to Lincolnshire.Grimsby is called GRIMsby for a reason, and Scunthorpe...
Me waiting for Lincolnshire's significance pic.twitter.com/WC5doDnTkf— Yorkshire Problems (@yorkshireprobs) May 19, 2014