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    19 Words That Have A Whole Different Meaning In Sheffield

    "Duck, pack it in so I can have a gander at this new bog."

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    What it usually means: A feeling and emotion that soldiers in armies and drunks in bars have fought to the death over.

    What it means in Sheffield: A casual term of endearment for the bus driver, the Asos delivery driver, or any person who holds a door for you.

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    What it usually means: A popular playing card game, or what you can't help but do when something or someone continuously pisses you off.

    What it means in Sheffield: Food.

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    What it usually means: Ground that is muddy, spongey, and wet. Usually found at Glastonbury from day two onwards.

    What it means in Sheffield: The toilet.

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    What it usually means: Putting out a flag, or waving down a taxi or lift.

    What it means in Sheffield: Beginning to get tired.

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    What it usually means: A male goose.

    What it means in Sheffield: To have a casual look at something.

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    What it usually means: Aromatic substances for flavouring food and drink.

    What it means in Sheffield: Sweets.

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    What it usually means: The beaked and web-footed waterfowl species.

    What it means in Sheffield: A term of endearment and affection.

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    What it usually means: A fixture that allows you to open something like a chest of drawers or a door.

    What it means in Sheffield: An idiot.

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    What it usually means: A meadow where bad things happen.

    What it means in Sheffield: Meadowhall shopping centre on the weekends.

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    What it usually means: The noise a lion makes.

    What it means in Sheffield: Crying your eyes out.

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    What it usually means: The country's favourite beverage, made with milk, sugar, either, or neither.

    What it means in Sheffield: Dinner.

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    What it usually means: The final meal of the day, usually eaten around or after 6pm.

    What it means in Sheffield: Lunch.

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    What it usually means: The act of seeking out shelter in order to be concealed.

    What it means in Sheffield: Smacking someone.

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    What it usually means: Fishing equipments, or an interception in a contact sport like rugby.

    What it means in Sheffield: A man's private parts.

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    What it usually means: An instruction, often said when constructing Ikea furniture with a partner or friend.

    What it means in Sheffield: See you in a short amount of time.

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    What it usually means: What you do with your shopping and carrier bags (from home) at the supermarket.

    What it means in Sheffield: Stop it right now!

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    What it usually means: A mechanical device used to tell the time.

    What it means in Sheffield: A person's face.

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    What it usually means: That Arthur Miller play you studied (and hated) in year 9 drama class.

    What it means in Sheffield: Our beloved award-winning theatre.

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    What it usually means: An interrogative phrase with the purpose of defining someones identity.

    What it means in Sheffield: "What?"

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