Our intrepid Reporter, Skoda Estelle driving Inchcock Chambers recalls his memories of the unique speech patterns, inflections, and choice of words used by his fellow Nottinghamians:
Go away - Geroff
What would you like? - Wodayowant?
In trouble with the teacher - Yer inferitnar
A friend - Mate, chum or mucker
Would you like to engage with me in fisticuffs? - Purumup!
Do you understand? - See worrimean?
How are you going? - Ayup miduck!
I disagree! - I'll nut you one!, or Screw you!
I do not know - Dunno
Stop! - Givova!
Is it not? - Innit?
I'm going to church - Gonna Chapel
I beg your pardon? - Yerwot?
Being silly - Tomfoolery
I am surprised! - Gerraway!
What would you like? - Woderuwant?
I did not carry out these actions! - I dintdoit!
I think you are wrong! - Soddu mate!
I like it - Good innit
I have ran out of money - Am skint
Here you are & Eeyar
It is broken - It's brock
Toffees - Tuffehs
Hello my friend - Ayupmiduck
Horses - Bobbos
Soft or Weak - Nesh
Hurry - Mak'aste
My Mother - Ah Mam
Can I have a ride on your bicycle crossbar? - Giz a kroggeh
Can you give me a look? - Gizza a gozz?
A weak drink - Mazzi-watter
Under the infuence of alcohol - Bladdered
Laugh quietly - Chuckle
Very pleased - Reet chuffed
Fell over - Went arse-over-tits
Pregnant - Up the Duff
Be quiet - Shutyergob
Are you in good health my friend? - Owya goinonn then serri?
Can you direct me to the public house? - Wairza booza?
It's cold today isn't it? - Intitt koad?
I don't believe you! - Gerraht!
Do you want something? - Wottjowant?
Can I have some? - Gizzabitt
Can I have a turn? - Gizzago
Your Mother shall hear of this! - Gonna tellumam
It was not very good! - It wer krap!