So the north is the north and the south is the south. Where the hell are the Midlands and when does the north and south divide start? Where do the midlands stand in this argument? They just need to pick a side and stop sitting on the fence.
1. Chips & gravy.
Because apparently, some southerners, have said they don’t get gravy on their chips. Curry = boring. Red sauce = boring. And the fact they’re baffled when we get chips, cheese and gravy just breaks my heart. Do they not realise what they’re missing out on?!
2. The lingo.
Londoners have cockney rhyming slang, the Cornish have, well, we don’t actually know but they sound foreign to me, so on and so on. But up north you can pop in a taxi 15 minutes down’t road and the people will have a completely different accent and they’ll use their own slang words.
3. Smiling at strangers.
Not all of us are as friendly as we make out, I know some right grumpy tw*ts from up north, but in general, we’re much friendly than southerners. Say if you’re going for a walk with your dog, people will walk past you and smile, or say hello even. When you’re down south and you even dare to sit near someone on the tube, they look at you with sheer disgust as if you’ve just p*ssed all over their shoes or something.
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