Geordie


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Geordie

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1. a person who comes from or lives in Tyneside
2. the dialect spoken by these people
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The Geordie Shore guys will train with our guys and then Chris and Davey are going to get a spray tan.
Andrew was more frank and open with Geordie than ever before.
Kenny Trainer: "As far as I'm aware, the rule said if you're born within one mile of the Tyne, either side, it makes you a true Geordie.
But it was when he first took his wife to the North East three years ago that he got his first taste of Geordie translating.
But have no fear as a new wave of Geordie translators will be here to stop baffled folk scratching their heeds.
Eeh hey man, dee the nobbs doon sooth think us Geordies are second class citizens, like.
e 26-year-old partied with other well-known faces at e House of Smith in Newcastle to launch Geordie Tours, a party planning business, on Wednesday.
Adult turtles need a room-temperature pool so the freezing Northern waters and lack of food nearly killed Geordie.
She added: "We got friendly and socialised and it was apparent that there was a thing between Geordie and I.
Chris, of Chelmsford, Essex, said: "The Geordie group visibly thrived and had 9% to 10% more growth than the Mancunian plants which were stunted.
The show which is being hailed as Wales' answer to Geordie Shore, kicks off on MTV on September 25.