't North-o-Meter Home › Forum › Chat Forum › 't North-o-Meter Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 40 posts - 81 through 120 (of 172 total) ← 1 2 3 4 5 → 't North-o-Meter patriotproMember wwaswas – Member I’m 5% Northern which is probably quite enough, tbh. Absolutely, we don’t want anymore of your type up here. 😉 Posted 4 years ago scaredypantsSubscriber 100% down here in Portsmouth 😀 Posted 4 years ago JEngledowMember I moved south to the ‘civilized world’ at 18 (about 12years ago), but I’m still 90% Northern! Posted 4 years ago camo16Member 90% All’s well, except I was brought up to say ‘dinner’, not ‘tea’. That let me down. 🙁 Posted 4 years ago cinnamon_girlSubscriber Yet another 0% here. 😆 Posted 4 years ago I_did_dabSubscriber 82% near York… Born Leeds, grew up Manchester so pretty much spot on… Posted 4 years ago JEngledowMember All’s well, except I was brought up to say ‘dinner’, not ‘tea’. That let me down. +1 Posted 4 years ago cranberryMember brakes – Member 90% “somewhere around Middlesbrough” Yes, Eston. did you rob my mate’s bike when we were up the hills? No. Posted 4 years ago zbontySubscriber Can you get a Donner Kebab barm for t’ea up north? Or do you not have pitta in the first place? Call it a donna ke’barm instead. Posted 4 years ago PigfaceMember 3% and I feel like I need to scrub myself clean 😉 Posted 4 years ago andytherocketeerSubscriber phew! ca. Bournemouth! 😉 Posted 4 years ago bikebouyMember Lots and Lots of very proud Northerns and Southerners on here and happy to let each of us know where they want to known by too.. Excellent. 😀 Posted 4 years ago jag61Member 85% im reet wi’that born stratford (on avon) not the other one(on thames) now near wakefield via sheffield & N wales you want grim? try holywell 😯 all daughters are yorkies mrs G lancs! Posted 4 years ago emszMember 12% thank god Gravy on Chips??? Really? Posted 4 years ago DezBSubscriber “12% northern That’s somewhere around Bournemouth” Well yes, 50 miles from Bournemouth to be precise. I supported Leeds Utd. as a kid, so that must be where the 12% comes from. Posted 4 years ago MackemMember 100%. 🙂 Posted 4 years ago emszMember Another 12%? * fist bumps DezB* Posted 4 years ago zilog6128Subscriber 65% here, which is odd as I consider “The North” to be anywhere north of Whitstable 🙂 Posted 4 years ago jamieaMember you want grim? try holywell [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holywell,_Cambridgeshire]Holywell?[/url]? I’ve found it to be rather a nice, pleasant village. Cheers, Jamie Posted 4 years ago 100mphplusMember 100%, Lancashire born and bred 😀 Posted 4 years ago miketuallySubscriber 100% northern is accurate, but I’ll batter the coder who reckons I live in Newcastle… A lot of the “Northern” things had a north west bias. We divent ‘ave barms over ‘ere, we ‘ave buns. Posted 4 years ago LenHankieMember 10% (Think it’s for being a Bitter drinker…but it’s usually Harvey’s Sussex Best, London Pride or Doom Bar. I do wish they’d be more specific!) 🙂 Posted 4 years ago camo16Member Gravy on Chips??? Really? [Despairs of emsz] Gravy infused chips = one of life’s unchanging pleasures. 🙂 [/Despairs of emsz] Posted 4 years ago flickerMember cinnamon_girl – Member Yet another 0% here. Would you like some Northern in you? 😉 Posted 4 years ago P20Subscriber 95%, Smoggielandish. Born and bred Northumbrian. I blame marrying a southerner on the missing 5% 🙄 Posted 4 years ago Wheelie goodMember 50% which makes perfect sense, my dad is from Bradford and my mum is from Bristol! Posted 4 years ago SaxonRiderSubscriber I am wiping the sweat from my brow, coming in at 0%. My 2.5 years up in Salford seem to have had no effect. 8) Posted 4 years ago SaxonRiderSubscriber emsz – Member 12% thank god Gravy on Chips??? Really? Actually, they do that in Quebec, but add cheese curds and call it ‘Poutine’. It’s delicious. Posted 4 years ago DrPMember 0% Get it!! (I mean, spiffing…) DrP Posted 4 years ago johnnySubscriber By birth, I score 90%. The contemporary, enlightened, Southern livin’ me scores 20%, mainly as bitter, (or ale as I prefer to call it) is simply tip-top ace. Posted 4 years ago john_drummerMember A colleague has just explained that pie barm is a pie in a sandwich!! WTF!!! just wait until you experience “pie in soup” 😉 a pork pie. in a bowl of soup. srsly Posted 4 years ago nbtMember john_drummer wrote: a pork pie. in a bowl of soup. srsly Hmmm. I remember “chip soup” being banned when I was at school as the headmaster thought that tipping a plate of chips into a bowl of soups was not good behaviour, but I’ve never heard of pie soup. I have heard of the “meat pie floater” though Meat pie floating in (mushy) peas, covered in ketchip Posted 4 years ago cheviotsMember 100% thank goodness Posted 4 years ago MSPSubscriber I am craving a pie now. Can’t get proper pies here in Germany, something to do with the demarcation of master bakers and master butchers. Posted 4 years ago jeffmMember 85%. Surprised by that as I’m not a ‘real’ northerner, but the indoctrination must have worked 😉 Posted 4 years ago DracSubscriber 100% which is no shock even though I’ve not had chips and gravy since I was 16. Posted 4 years ago rogerthecatMember 75% around Hull, latitude pretty good, longitude a bit off by about 60miles. S Yorks and proud, Posted 4 years ago tomhowardSubscriber 100% natch. Despite a southern mother. Never lived anywhere south of derby, even went to Scotlandshire for a bit. ‘arrogate H’arogate Stupid bloody southerners… After me. ‘Arrog’t. Posted 4 years ago Kryton57Subscriber 0% Time for dinner. Posted 4 years ago esselgruntfuttockMember 100%!! Which isn’t surprising as I’m from Durham (but now living in Boroughbridge, which isn’t far from Arrog’t) 😛 Posted 4 years ago Viewing 40 posts - 81 through 120 (of 172 total) ← 1 2 3 4 5 → The topic ‘'t North-o-Meter’ is closed to new replies.