Poll: Where do you live?
London (13)
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South East of England (12)
21.43%
North West of Englanfd (6)
10.71%
East of England (1)
1.79%
Yorkshire and Humber (2)
3.57%
East midlands (3)
5.36%
West midlands (4)
7.14%
South West (7)
12.5%
Scotland (2)
3.57%
Wales (2)
3.57%
North east of England (0)
0%
Northern Ireland (4)
7.14%
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Glory to the South West!
Nah it's all about the East side
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Nah it's all about the East side
Cider and farmers are all i need.
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Cider and farmers are all i need.
And the wurzels basically the national band of the West Country.
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And the wurzels basically the national band of the West Country.
Exactly.

Such a tune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btEpF334Rtc
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Exactly.

Such a tune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btEpF334Rtc
Basically how we all flirt.

hey want to go plough a field together, then in about 6 months you can help me havest my crop
:laugh: it's too easy to make anything sound like a euphemism.
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West Midlands sadly shoot me

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Basically how we all flirt.


:laugh: it's too easy to make anything sound like a euphemism.
I'll have to try that one.
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I'll have to try that one.
I might now too. When I get to uni at least.
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South West, but study in Mid-Wales. The journey is a nightmare. Getting from here to the Midlands is no problem. It's the journey from the Midlands, because after Shropshire its about 1 hour 45 minutes of nothingness, then a couple of little seaside towns/villages, then my uni town, which despite only being home to 20,000 is the capital of the county.
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South West, but study in Mid-Wales. The journey is a nightmare. Getting from here to the Midlands is no problem. It's the journey from the Midlands, because after Shropshire its about 1 hour 45 minutes of nothingness, then a couple of little seaside towns/villages, then my uni town, which despite only being home to 20,000 is the capital of the county.
Aberystwyth? It's either that or trinity st. David's.
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I'm still the only one in my region.
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I'm still the only one in my region.
Just gotta be awkward don't you
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Just gotta be awkward don't you
You know me well.
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London, with a view to Canary Wharf and Vauxhall, London Bridge and the South
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South East obvs!
Although I lived in the South West for Uni so I understand the love
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South East representing! But I live in the butthole of the south east. Wish I could live in the south west
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North West!

My brother has gone to uni in Wales and is trying to turn all the Welshies into Northerners

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Aberystwyth? It's either that or trinity st. David's.
Aber
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North West!

My brother has gone to uni in Wales and is trying to turn all the Welshies into Northerners

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To be honest that's not too hard with those from North Wales (North-East Wales in particular) as their accents are VERY VERY similar to those of Cheshire and Merseyside.
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To be honest that's not too hard with those from North Wales (North-East Wales in particular) as their accents are VERY VERY similar to those of Cheshire and Merseyside.
He's in the valleys somewhere. Near Glamorgan. And it's more him trying to convince them things like pie butties (which they'd never heard of) and other such 'delicacies' are nice. And that they should be supporting England in the rugby!

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