Are you staying for tea? You may answer with something like, 'Yes, please. I'd love a nice warm brew'. Not in Yorkshire. Those from Yorkshire will tell you that 'tea' replaces the word 'dinner', and that the word 'dinner' becomes 'lunch'. Folks from the white rose county will always tell you that the meals of the day are called, breakfast, dinner and tea.
Are you staying for tea? You may answer with something like, 'Yes, please. I'd love a nice warm brew'. Not in Yorkshire. Those from Yorkshire will tell you that 'tea' replaces the word 'dinner', and that the word 'dinner' becomes 'lunch'. Folks from the white rose county will always tell you that the meals of the day are called, breakfast, dinner and tea.

10 things you probably won't understand unless you're from South Yorkshire

It’s been well documented that the people of Yorkshire have a host of weird and wonderful traits. The Yorkshire dialect is one such feature that continues to baffle people to this day.

Tuesday, 30th June 2020, 10:45 am

All regions across the United Kingdom have their own unique phrases and habits which people proudly use to remind locals of their heritage. Below is a list of phrases that you might not understand if you aren’t Yorkshire born and bred.

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