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    is President Mugabe from up norf ? his name said backwards seems to suggest it

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    Quote Originally Posted by channa View Post
    Does a tea cake have currants in it ? THat will liven the conversation

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    My dear chap, that depends on what type of cake you have with your tea!

    Also anyone north of Exeter seem a bit weird, and those to the east and those to the west as well, come to think of it a lot around here are strange as well, they can't all be Northan can they?
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    Listened to someone on the radio the other day going on about building houses in the green belt near railway stations. He had no idea that they had railway stations in other parts of the UK all he could talk about was London.

    I always thought the dividing line was Watford ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkslass View Post
    I have a long memory.........
    I do make exceptions Sue but keep it quiet, I don't want people to think I'm an old softie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by channa View Post
    Does a tea cake have currants in it ? THat will liven the conversation

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    of course teacakes have currants/raisins or whatever in them.......if they lack them....then its a bread bun.........we is yorkshire............teacakes and a cuppa yorkshire tea...cant go wrong...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by trixie88 View Post
    of course teacakes have currants/raisins or whatever in them.......if they lack them....then its a bread bun.........we is yorkshire............teacakes and a cuppa yorkshire tea...cant go wrong...lol
    If they have currants in them then they are currant teacakes, if no currants then they are plain teacakes .
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    whats with yorkshire tea..... tea grows in hot places , india, china , africa...not yorkshire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricc View Post
    whats with yorkshire tea..... tea grows in hot places , india, china , africa...not yorkshire.
    Yorkshire Tea destroys man complaining its tea isn't grown in Yorkshire | Metro News

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricc View Post
    whats with yorkshire tea..... tea grows in hot places , india, china , africa...not yorkshire.




    Due to recent climatic conditions, hot steamy summers and damp mild winters, what was once the rhubarb triangle based around Leeds has gone over

    to tea growing and production.

    Apparently the Mayor of gateshead is also exploring the possibility of setting up a "paddy field" collective for enterprising Irish immigrants.

    Dezi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dezi View Post
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    Due to recent climatic conditions, hot steamy summers and damp mild winters, what was once the rhubarb triangle based around Leeds has gone over

    to tea growing and production.

    Apparently the Mayor of gateshead is also exploring the possibility of setting up a "paddy field" collective for enterprising Irish immigrants.

    Dezi
    There is a vineyard in Holmfirth and one other just south of Leeds .

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