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  • It’s a ciabatta roll.

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    It was a chip butty when I lived in Wales but that doesn’t mean a thing.

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    It’s a ciabatta roll.

    That’s when you have sex with a wookie.

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    CharlieMungus – problem?

    oop north
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    Calderdale is almost Lancashire, so really the social outcast of Yorkshire…

    You are so dead…… ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

    ๐Ÿ˜† Cougar

    PeterPoddy
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    PP, don’t you mean ‘ucknall?

    Ahh.

    Gi’ore scrattin and gerron wi it!

    Ayya gorra barra ah can borra?

    Gi us a borra o’ya gadda, yoth!

    Oo worra wi? Worra wi mi mam or worra wi me sen?

    Ee can’t* stop a pig in a gennel wi them legs

    All genuine things said to me or to a mate of mine (top one, from his dad)
    All of which I understood perfectly. I love Notts slang.

    * Would sound more like a swear word used for ‘lady parts’ which would get me banned!

    DrRSwank
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    “Bottom Muffins”!!!! LOL!!!!

    They wouldn’t be called such a girlie name on the proper side of the pennines.

    BREADCAKE!

    alanf
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    In Barnsley its a teacake, and no, it’s not got currants or raisins in it – that would be a currant teacake.

    STOP THIS MADNESS.

    Salford speak.

    Barm – what chips go in – “can I have a chip barm please”
    (a chip butty is chips betwixt to slices of Warburtons Super Toastie)

    Roll – what hot dogs go in

    Teacake – similar shape to a barm but with dried fruit in it. Toast and eat with with butter or Cheshire cheese

    Vienna – a length of French bread to be filled with what you like – e.g. tuna salad etc..

    Crumpet – blind drilled bread product to be toasted and smothered in butter and or cheese.

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    Breadcake ๐Ÿ˜€ West Yorkshire.

    Not in this part of West Yorks, it’s teacake round my way.

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    CharlieMungus – problem?

    What sir? Me sir? No Sir!

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    blind drilled

    LOL. I do love a technical term thrown into another context.

    I’ll buy you a brew (for those who don’t know we are in adjacent offices) if you can get Drip Ring, Grease Nipple, End Flange or Reamed in.

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    Not in this part of West Yorks, it’s teacake round my way

    You must come from somewhere that thinks it’s posh then ! Otley / Ilkley ? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    As per the above; tell us where you are geographically, and what you term those round, soft, baked bread-related goods that you cut in half and add savoury fillings to.

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    All of which I understood perfectly. I love Notts slang.

    Oddly, I can parse 95% percent of that in Lancastrian as well, I think only ‘gadda’ and ‘yoth’ evaded me. Youth?

    pacemaker
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    Calderdale is almost Lancashire, so really the social outcast of Yorkshire…
    You are so dead……

    Not too worried, most Calderdale residents have never left there postcode area, pretty sure you would be truly lost by the time you got to Bradford, so would turn round and go home…. ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

    ( And you couldn’t use sat nav as your “‘oss” has no 12v supply.) ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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    Its all academic anyway really isn’t it? Surely we’ve all moved on to sun-dried tomato forcaccia?

    Or are you lot really as uncultured as you’re making out?

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    Frites au pain tartine de Sarsons?

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    carlosg – Member
    Not in this part of West Yorks, it’s teacake round my way
    You must come from somewhere that thinks it’s posh then ! Otley / Ilkley ? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    ๐Ÿ˜† Originally from Cullingworth, moved to Bingley 15 years ago.

    lobby_dosser
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    roll.eg roll and square slice Teacakes are , baps are wummins rib pillows, bams are headcases.

    All of which I understood perfectly. I love Notts slang.

    Oddly, I can parse 95% percent of that in Lancastrian as well, I think only ‘gadda’ and ‘yoth’ evaded me. Youth?

    Gadda, Got to?

    Yoth is indeed Youth. They’d normally be a ‘me duck’ added in there also.

    BTW it’s a chip cob at Loughborough/Leicester but family from nearer Derby so might well have come from there I suppose.

    Tea Cake, that’s got fruit in it!
    Barm? don’t you keep tractors in those, oh, sorry, I’m thinking Barn.

    I LOL’d at blind drilled too.

    ebygomm
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    I think once upon a time I would have said bread roll or bread bun, except when containing hot foodstuffs such as bacon or chips in which case it would have been bacon butty/chip butty.

    However, in order to buy food at work I’ve had to embrace cob as well as fuddle and snatch! Cob day tomorrow ๐Ÿ˜€

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