How Yorkshire Are You Actually?

Now then.

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  1. 1. Tick everything you have done.

    Greeted someone by saying "now then".
    Called someone love.
    Called someone cock.
    Called someone duck.
    Had a gander at something.
    Felt groggy.
    Greeted someone by saying, "ey up".
    Greeted someone by saying "reet".
    Had dinner at 1pm.
    Had tea at 5.30pm.
    Walked down a snicket.
    Been a bit mardy.
    Walked down a ginnel.
    Asked, "who?" when you meant, "what?".
    Greeted someone by saying, "how do?".
    Eaten spice.
    Thanked a bus driver.
    Shortened "the" to "t'".
    Called someone you didn't like pal.
    Called someone you did like a dickhead.
    Called someone you did like a bellend.
    Eaten chips in Whitby.
    Taken your mum to Betty's Tea Rooms.
    Seen the Emley Moor TV mast.
    Put up with the smells at the Jorvik Viking Centre.
    Gone to Eureka in Halifax as a kid.
    Gone to Eureka in Halifax as an adult.
    Been to the Royal Armouries.
    Walked to the top of Malham Cove.
    Climbed to the top of Malham Cove.
    Done the Otley Run.
    Actually been to Otley.
    Walked York's city walls.
    Owned a reasonably sized house.
    Paid less than a fiver for a pint.
    Paid a reasonable fare for a taxi.
    Been to the National Railway Museum.
    Been to the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Been to Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
    Been to the Yorkshire Dales.
    Been to Sheffield Winter Garden.
    Been to the North York Moors.
    Been to Leeds.
    Been to Wakefield.
    Been to York.
    Been to Bradford.
    Been to Sheffield.
    Been to Huddersfield.
    Been to Doncaster.
    Been to Halifax.
    Been to Scarborough.
    Been to Whitby.
    Been to Robin Hood's Bay.
    Been to Rotherham.
    Been to Harrogate.
    Been to Hull.
    Been to Hebden Bridge.
    Been to Heptonstall.
    Laughed at "Slack Bottom" in Heptonstall.
    Laughed at the village "Wetwang" in the Yorkshire Wolds.
    Visited Bolton Castle.
    Visited Castle Howard.
    Visited Skipton Castle.
    Been to Leeds Festival.
    Thought Saddleworth should be in Yorkshire.
    Argued about where the North starts.
    Eaten a Yorkshire pudding.
    Eaten a Yorkshire pudding as a starter.
    Made tea properly.
    Drank exclusively Yorkshire tea.
    Used Henderson's Relish.
    Eaten Wensleydale cheese.
    Eaten pikelets.
    Eaten Parkin.
    Eaten gingerbread.
    Shopped at Cooplands.
    Coped easily with rain.
    Told someone a Yorkshireman invented the cat's eye.
    Told someone you were 7% Viking.
    Felt superior to people from Lancashire.

How Yorkshire Are You Actually?

You're not very Yorkshire at all. Are you sure you've been to Yorkshire? Do you even know where Yorkshire is? Sure, you may not have the accent, but don't snub Yorkshire entirely - you'll miss out on all the great food. What are you waiting for? Book a train ticket and get yourself up north.

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You're not especially Yorkshire. You may have been on a couple of day trips to York and Leeds, but calling sweets "spice" and walking down "snickets" are alien to you. Don't worry about it though. There's plenty of time for you to discover Yorkshire. Book yourself a trip. You won't regret it.

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Ey up duck, you're actually pretty Yorkshire. You might not be from there, but you've visited a fair bit and fallen for it's charms. You love a day out to Robin Hood's Bay or the Dales and might have even picked up a bit of a Yorkshire twang along your way.

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By eck, you're very Yorkshire. Either you're from there or you've lived there for a fair few years. And with all that lovely countryside and brilliant food, you can't imagine why anyone would want to live anywhere else.

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