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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Don't be jelous.My non-existent swag on TSR is too much to handle.
    6 gems with 3689 posts. You weren't joking when you said you have no swag.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Don't be jelous.My non-existent swag on TSR is too much to handle.
    can't help it. and personally i think you're particularly swagnificent
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    6 gems with 3689 posts. You weren't joking when you said you have no swag.
    TSR isn't a competition. Posting for likes is too mainstream
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    Winner winner chicken dinner.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    TSR isn't a competition. Posting for likes is too mainstream
    You're welcome. I like to call it the pity rep.
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    (Original post by xGCSE_Studentx)
    yorkshire?
    Newcastle
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    (Original post by ellen998)
    Newcastle
    Oh i have relatives from middlesbrough, nearby but they call it dinner? just asked yorkshire cuz its common there
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    Supper....
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    You told me I was wrong when I offered my opinion. Add hypocrite to that list, kid.
    You could add it to yours, too. You said the OP was wrong - you didn't simply offer an opinion, you presented it as fact. If you actually read my post properly, you'll notice I started off with 'if anyone's wrong'.
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    (Original post by xGCSE_Studentx)
    Oh i have relatives from middlesbrough, nearby but they call it dinner? just asked yorkshire cuz its common there
    I thought it was a generally northern thing, don't know anyone from Middlesbrough thought so don't know if your relatives are normal?
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    (Original post by ibzombie96)
    You could add it to yours, too. You said the OP was wrong - you didn't simply offer an opinion, you presented it as fact. If you actually read my post properly, you'll notice I started off with 'if anyone's wrong'.
    And nowhere did I say shutting people's opinions down is wrong, did I? You did, yet you did the same thing to me. You're a hypocrite.
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    (Original post by ellen998)
    I thought it was a generally northern thing, don't know anyone from Middlesbrough thought so don't know if your relatives are normal?
    I question their humanity all the time
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    Yorkshire people say tea and Yorkshire is the best county so... Tea!
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    (Original post by elliemayxo)
    Do you call your dinner your tea, or dinner? to me, tea sounds awfully common and rough. I would never say "I'm going home to have tea" I see it like this; Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 'Tea' in my case, is having a cup of tea? does anyone else agree with me?.
    Awfully common and rough? Loooool xx

    I say dinner...but still, your comment made made me laugh. Not in a good way.
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    Generally speaking (note the word generally before pointing out exceptions!)

    North = tea
    South = dinner

    In my experience anyway!
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    (Original post by Chris22)
    Generally speaking (note the word generally before pointing out exceptions!)

    North = tea
    South = dinner

    In my experience anyway!
    Wales, Scotland and Ireland also mainly refer to it as tea, afaik

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    I call it dinner.
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    Tea is a drink, or a meal for peasants.
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    (Original post by TheThiefOfBagdad)
    Tea is a drink, or a meal for peasants.
    And dinner after 5pm is for wanna be posh *******s and soft southern people
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    Gents, the level of idiocy in this thread is shocking.

    Breakfast: I'm sure we can all agree on this

    Lunch: an informal midday meal
    Luncheon: A formal midday meal

    Tea: what it bloody says, tea at approx 4PM

    Supper: an informal evening meal
    Dinner: a formal evening meal

    Consider yourself enlightened
 
 
 
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