Wash for your what?! Eileen Stoke on Trent Saying the time When giving the time "analogue style" most people would say "ten past four" and "five to three" for 4: Perhaps one to add to your list. Huge thanks to Jennifer for sending this in. Just for the variety. Talk about pouring salt in wounds. Clive Stoke-on-Trent keyholes for meddlers The full saying is as far as I know ''Keyholes for meddlers, boxes for fiddlers and crutches for lame ducks. Cheshire Donna M Deaville. Cigarettes AND nicotine gum.
The origins of the word remain a mystery to me. Another, elderly friend, from Michigan, USA was also visiting. And you must not be very good at hunting if you have to remind yourself to kill the deer. I have not noticed people from other parts of the country saying this. My father George was born in and was bilingual, English and North Staffs. Said to be true. Although, having lived throughout S Staffs, I've never heard it spoken there at all. Seriously, this is a Very Important Message. To bruff yer teef. Your standard PMS shopping list. Possibly another derivation of an obscure, traditional pottery industry process? I like this list because someone is obviously trying to start a new home. Want to contribute lists to the collection? Snappin is also used in North Staffs to mean the same, as my dear 'owd grandad' did.. Two of the three things on your shopping list are things you can get for free at home? Cheshire Donna M Deaville. Self-directed sarcasm, bad dogs. Ween fans almost out of high school? I'm very proud to be from the Potts, and I love my dialect, but I do get into trouble with it. Many others agree that [this is good]. My grandmother used to use the word 'keeming' when someone was pulling faces in a "na, na, na na-na" way. Perhaps one to add to your list. My family come from Leek and my grandmother was widowed during the last months of the 1st world war, left with 4 lads and another on the way. When they ggo to the ggrocery store, I gguess they always gget a lot of hot doggs and hamburgger. Maybe they should get together with 1? Since I've heard of 'muffin kilns' I did a quick internet search and copied this from the following link: I wonder where that saying came from?
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