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All scally Mancs start sentences with "ee ar yo", something I haven't come across in other areas.
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Oh yeh, did this ever get done in the end then?
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That's what this thread made me think of.indiansummer wrote:You don't want to end up in a 'Daphne from Frasier' situation where she's always saying what things are called in Britain, whilst we all watch at home thinking 'no they aren't, and that's not even a Manchester accent'.
Tuppence?indiansummer wrote:Just my two cents.
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