YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH.
Is it Geordie? Brummie? Maybe Mancunian?
The 16-year-old girl and her family posted photos of her horrific attack on Facebook in an effort to catch the men responsible.
Nope, we’re not sure where the North begins either.
Because every day is Yorkshire day.
“How the hell do I take this wetsuit off whilst running?”
There must be something in the water. Something sexy.
If you don’t like Brian Blessed, you can also get lost in Jeremy Clarkson and Geoffrey Boycott.
London is great, but it could certainly learn a few things from the capital of the North.
Stage three of the Tour de France came to the England’s capital on Monday. But how did it fare against the might of Yorkshire’s Grande Depart? And did it at least do better than Cambridge?!
The Tour kicked off in Yorkshire on Saturday, and continues from Cambridge to London on Monday. The people of Yorkshire embraced the event just a touch more enthusiastically.
Well done, Yorkshire. Take next week off.
“Tek care, lambs on’t road.”
The world’s best cycling race is starting in the world’s best county. And Yorkshire knows how to put on a show.
Nothing says “British Summer” more than drunken Oompa-Loompas.
LEEDS LEEDS LEEDS LEEDS LEEDS.
Yorkshire! Yorkshire! Yorkshire!
“Bright and fierce and fickle is the South / And dark and true and tender is the North.”
War of the Roses? This isn’t even a contest. Historic boundaries only, please.
It’s the War of the Roses all over again. And we are winning by a mile.
The Tour de France promotes a healthy lifestyle. And the consumption of large amounts of meat in good pastry.
City walls and nightclubs that giveaway free prawn crackers. IT’S AMAZING.