Ey up me duck!

Ey up me duckies! Do you love and use this phrase way too much? Then maybe these are the t-shirts for you! As always we really want your phrases guys. So that our knowledge of regional dialects in the uk can grow we would love it if you left a comment informing us of a phrase we have missed out or that you think should be up here!

For those that don’t know this phrase, it originates from the Midlands, particularly areas in and around Derby and Nottingham, commonly used in Ilkeston and West Hallam regions.The phrase is simply a greeting, with Duck or duckie roughly translating as mate or friend. Another version of greeting in this way is ‘Alright Duckie!?’

See more midlands ey up me duck t-shirts:

ey up me duck midlands womens language t-shirt from derby and nottingham

ey up me duck midlands womens language t-shirt from derby and nottingham

ey up me duck midlands derby and nottinghamshire slogan on a mens t-shirt

ey up me duck midlands derby and nottinghamshire slogan on a mens t-shirt

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