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Nottingham is in the South

Sheffield Now that would be more like it

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grazebox They get worse
Budgie said…
It's grim up Gordon Brown.
Harry Haddock said…
Erm, Sheffield and Nottingham aren't North, chaps. North of London village perhaps, but then that is north of Malaga...
Anonymous said…
who is "Clint" ?
Plato said…
Priceless - LOL

wv nonci!
Neil Nonners said…
I'm from Nottingham and I can tell you it's not in the North, neither is it in the South. It's in a strange halfway point called "the Midlands". We get the best of both regions - the boringness of the south and the roughness of the north. That's why we write "CUNT" in massive letters in town squares.

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