- Grass or Grarse?
Born south of England – Northern parents so grass and bath it is though very RP
Mrs antigee – born north of England but Southern parents grarse and barth
Kids born in yorkshire drive me mad by saying yu instead of you and they are fed up with me telling them that the Queen would never respond to “wait up”
we had a kids book that rhymed scarf and giraffe – better than putting your fingers down your throatPosted 4 years agomintimperialSubscriber
Our imminent move back up North is partly due to the fact that we want any possible future offspring to talk properly.
Don’t count on that working. My four year old says “grarse” and “barth” despite being Huddersfield-born and raised with one northern parent. I blame CBeebies and his misguided mother, but I expect it’ll be beaten out of him after a few years in school. 🙁Posted 4 years ago
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