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Today's the day for the chosen few.

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The only day of the year you see Happy and Yorkshire in the same sentence.  :bye:

Good effort but wide of the mark.

Yorkshire people are always happy,happy that they aren't Lancastrians.

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Each evening I give a little "woo" when I cross the border heading home.

 

This morning heading west, I booed.

 

This morning heading west, I booed.

 

So did we, so did we!!!!!

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Good effort but wide of the mark.

Yorkshire people are always happy,happy that they aren't Lancastrians.

 

The feeling's mutual; we're happy they aren't Lancashire as well. :D

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I saw the title of the thread and thought, this'll be something pointless, like Yorkshire Day.  Always nice to be right

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Happy Yorkshire Day to all my fellow Tykes.  I was in a shop in Ramsbottom the other day, they were clearly big Lanky fans, they had Lancashire Relish  and Lancashire tea. I've never heard of Lancashire Relish.  The chippy next door was called "the Wandering Tyke" and boasted the best Yorkshire fish and chips in Lancashire

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How can you tell whether someone is from Yorkshire?

They tell you.

Repeatedly.

 

Frankly, we even have to keep reminding ourselves just how lucky we are!

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The best thing about Yorkshire is with sea levels rising it's there to stop Lancashire eroding.

The speed of erosion from the North Sea means that Lancashire will soon be bigger than Yorkshire.

I won't mention the war but we did win it didn't we?

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The best thing about Yorkshire is with sea levels rising it's there to stop Lancashire eroding.

The speed of erosion from the North Sea means that Lancashire will soon be bigger than Yorkshire.

I won't mention the war but we did win it didn't we?

 

The coastline isn't eroding; envious people from elsewhere in Britain keep stealing bits.

 

A bit like Germany, Yorkshire has won the peace.

;)

 

Although, to be fair, we haven't had the ambition to create something like Burnley,  an entire town which exists as a World War I Theme Park.

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The best thing about Yorkshire is with sea levels rising it's there to stop Lancashire eroding.

The speed of erosion from the North Sea means that Lancashire will soon be bigger than Yorkshire.

I won't mention the war but we did win it didn't we?

Depends upon who you mean by "we."

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