1. Re-creating the feeling of human affection by covering everything in gravy. Yorkshire Slang @YorkshireSlang Me: Sat Apr 08 21:46:58 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @YorkshireSlang / Via Twitter: @YorkshireSlang Mmm, warmth and happiness. 2. Using a Yorkshire pudding as a plate, therefore making plates useless. Flickr: nox_noctis_silentium / Creative Commons Saves on the washing-up when you can just eat the tableware, dunnit? 3. Making massive savings on your leccy bill by only using the Big Light on special occasions. Getty Images / Twitter: @katieheslop3 4. Not bothering to remember anyone's name, 'cos you can just get away with calling them "love". Tom Haywood @Tom_Haywood Just sunconsciously said 'thanks duck' to a female bus driver, I've been in yorkshire too long Fri Feb 14 14:18:22 UTC+0000 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Or duck, or pet, or sausage, or petal, or cock. 5. Buying flowers is a much easier task when you only buy white roses. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com / Via instagram.com Red roses can sod off. NEXT. 6. Saving the need to prepare a packed lunch for school by simply surviving off chip naans from the neighbouring chippie. Sam Capp @Pantha3697 Absolute monster of a chip naan 08:20 PM - 18 Jan 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite It's called carb-loading, duh. 7. Maximising your evenings by eating your tea at 5:30pm. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBCUniversal / BuzzFeed Even more time freed up to spend down t'pub. 8. Getting a head start on the world of work with an exhilarating day out at Eureka. Flickr: 75606217@N05 / Creative Commons / Twitter: @SiobhanMarie94 9. Avoiding ever really showing your true emotions by calling the people you actually have feelings for the most offensive terms you can. Woody© @DavidJEWood British terms of endearment 1. Wally 2. Berk 3. Plonker 4. Daft sod 5. Idiot 6. Pillock 7. Plank 8. Mon Apr 10 09:03:58 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite I love thee, yer daft prick. 10. Making summer last forever by sitting outside the pub from the first warm day in March until roughly October. reddit.com 11. Saving £1 on every night out by simply refusing to wear a coat. Flickr: tjblackwell / Creative Commons / Twitter: @aenesidemus_ That's, like, £50 over a year. 12. Making any meal 100% more palatable with the addition of just one ingredient. Flickr: russelljsmith / Creative Commons 13. Avoiding the need for small talk by simply using "alright" as a full conversation. Yorkshire Problems @yorkshireprobs Yorkshire: where "alright" is a greeting, question and answer. 04:10 PM - 21 May 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Via Twitter: @yorkshireprobs Alright. Alright? Alright. 14. Saving precious minutes on the weekly shop by only ever buying one type of tea. Flickr: 70112879@N00 / Creative Commons / Via Twitter: @adammitch6 15. Being able to use random farm animals as a legit excuse for being late. growing up yorkshire @growupyorkshire Happy Yorkshire Day everyone. Here's a pic a friend of mine got just recently. #lambsontroad #growingupyorkshire 09:48 PM - 01 Aug 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Via Twitter: @growupyorkshire See also, tractors. 16. Taking your slippers round to your mate's house for a night in. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com / Via instagram.com Why don't you slip into something more comfortable? 17. Enjoying a daily celebrity encounter by commuting on the Supertram in Sheffield. Flickr: 8592508@N04 / Creative Commons / Twitter: @br4kedance / HBO At least there's less chance of Beany coming to an untimely end with this gig. 18. Making that pub experience last beyond chucking-out time with takeaway beer. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com / Via instagram.com Because 11pm shouldn't mean you have to stop drinking. 19. Livening up everyday form-filling by living somewhere with a comedy name. Flickr: summonedbyfells / Creative Commons Yorkshire, home to Wetwang, Tickle Cock Bridge, Slack Bottom, Penistone, and Pump Riding. 20. Just completely omitting the word "the" from your vocabulary. Jamie Hodgson @jamiehodgson91 People parodying Yorkshire people always say t' for the. But that's wrong, we don't bother with the word at all #yorkshireproblems 06:00 AM - 03 May 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite Via Twitter: @jamiehodgson91 There you go, that's one word you don't have to figure into your Twitter character count. 21. Negating the need to ever leave the county, let alone country, for a beach holiday. Flickr: 89276518@N00 / Creative Commons Chuffin' glorious.