20:41, Mon 22 Feb
Homer
Foxtrot Oscar
What was Germans? It rings a bell


If i remember right,i think it was scoring with headers or volleys.

Yep Germans or Gerries

Yes keeper gets a point for catching it or if you shot wide/over

Outfield get a point for scoring

If keeper loses stays in net

In 1980s/90s sheldon anyway
20:44, Mon 22 Feb
When I used to get on the bus with my mom, 'one and a half' please.
20:46, Mon 22 Feb
Yowm yampy.

Yampy was used yesterday...
@Bluewurst1875
20:52, Mon 22 Feb
raggedblue
Continental quilt

😂
20:52, Mon 22 Feb
sheffield blue
When I used to get on the bus with my mom, 'one and a half' please.

It'd be the 176 to "town" and you'd pay the "conductor" and the bus would go over the "Digbeth flyover". You'd walk to the "midland red bus garage" through the fish market and have a bag of cockles on the way back
20:55, Mon 22 Feb
Stray (dogs)

Run Parky’s coming
20:56, Mon 22 Feb
There'd be no M5 to your holidays, you'd get stuck on the Exeter bypass
21:58, Mon 22 Feb
Yuppie
Percolator
Fiddlesticks
Courting
Knackerwagon - bike
Me donnies,
French derivative from donnez moi, at the same time showing your hands and fingers
Albert - Lord Birmingham
R. instead of yes
five n twenty past, instead of 25 past (and other times aswell)

When I first moved away from the Midlands it took me a while to realise people would keep asking me the time at 25 mins past the hour and start giggling. Sort of sad that it stopped me saying 5 n 20 past...haven't used that for years.
22:21, Mon 22 Feb
Round the Wrekin
Bit black over Bill's mother's
All skippers and curtains
22:23, Mon 22 Feb
having a ' PIECE' of bread and jam.
22:50, Mon 22 Feb
“Arley” with fingers crossed on both hands. Magically meant you didn’t have to receive a walloping even if deserved one.

Still use it now when playing the wife up.
23:07, Mon 22 Feb
Cowgown....or as they called it in the old Netherton factory I worked in...Caar Gaarn😁
23:31, Mon 22 Feb
Rocksteddie
Cowgown....or as they called it in the old Netherton factory I worked in...Caar Gaarn😁

As an apprentice at BL I wore one every day. A step up from a boiler suit.