That video is great. I spent four years in Newcastle as a student and I'm from the north east originally, and yeah all songs should be sung in a Geordie accent.
That's funny - I need to track down a Glasgow version next!
Love it! (Must play it for some friends here and convince them that's how ALL Brits talk... Am guessing you've already done that, EPM?)
I loved it - and I don't even "get" the regionalism.I had actually never even heard that song until all the parodies started popping up.
Thanks for sharing, several of my friends are Geordies so I'll be sharing this with them.
I called my daughter "Pet" the other day. It just popped out. My mum used to call me that - she grew up in the North East. (Actually, she still does call me that.)
Ha ha good one .... it would be funny if it was released in USA they'd have to have subtitles!
Love it! We saw King Lear at the London Almeida last weekend and the King's fool spoke with a very thick Geordie accent. I could hardly understand him. Shakespeare in Geordie, I ask you!Helena xx
Good grief - have never heard of a Geordie fool. Oh wait....
hoy man that's class that like pet.loved it.:-)
@Clippy - Thowt yid say that. Mint isn' it?
I loved this - Geet bari! x
The more the merrier....