... a bit Suffolk
|we 3 May|
|fr 30 Dec|
Suffolk Myth No.99: For some near the coast Going up to town means Wickham Market or perhaps even Benhall.
|su 18 Sep|
Suffolk Myth No.98: In much of Suffolk the Adnams brewery is known as The Fount of Eternal Youth though there is a splinter group near the coast who hold that a pint of ESB Vic makes your tractor run better.
|su 24 Jul|
Suffolk Myth 97: In Suffolk a sophisticate is someone who has both Co-op cards.
|su 26 Jun|
Suffolk Myth 96: It's not odd getting dressed up to go shopping in the Co-op.
|fr 22 Apr|
Suffolk Myth 95: Some Suffolk women got Covid three months before the first case in China.
|we 16 Feb|
Suffolk Myth 94: People who don't do anything have a legal right to criticise those that do ... <wagging finger> it's the law! You HAVE to listen!!
|sa 11 Dec|
Suffolk Myth 93: When making a roadside sign the spacesbetweenthewords don't have to be bigger than the spaces between the letters.
|fr 30 Apr|
Suffolk Myth 92: In Suffolk dressing for dinner is taking your hat off.
|mo 25 Jan|
Suffolk Myth 91: The Suffolk Black Shuck is alive and well and living just over the border in Norfolk.
|sa 21 Nov|
Suffolk Myth 90: If someone carries on talking as they or you walk away they're probably from Suffolk.
|sa 31 Oct|
Suffolk Myth 89: All Suffolk pub landlords are distantly related to the popular Welsh singer Tom Jones.
|mo 26 Oct|
Suffolk Myth 88: Jesus may forgive you but if you spoil their Christmas dinner honest Suffolk folk never will.
|th 13 Aug|
Suffolk Myth 87: East Anglia's ghostly dog the Black Shuck is Suffolk's answer to the Yeti.
|tu 7 Jul|
Suffolk Myth 86: Good afternoon and who let you in? is another popular Suffolk greeting.
|we 27 May|
Suffolk Myth 85: When honest Suffolk folk encounter someone they're not related to they usually assume the stranger is a Londoner ... or from Norfolk.
|sun 3 May|
Suffolk Myth 84: Who pulled the stake out of your heart? is a popular Suffolk greeting.
|tu 28 Apr|
Suffolk Myth 83: You know you've been in Suffolk too long when your first thought is Now, who's this going to upset?
|tu 14 Apr|
|mo 9 Mar|
Suffolk Myth 81: A petrosexual is a young man who loves his hatchback more than his girl friend.
|sa 4 Jan|
Suffolk Myth 80: An habitué is what you get in the East African when you die.
|th 20 Jun|
|mo 25 Mar|
Suffolk Myth 78: People who see dead people probably live in Norfolk.
|mo 14 Jan|
Suffolk Myth 77: In Suffolk a homosexual is a man who likes women better than tractors.
|th 25 Oct|
Suffolk Myth 76: You can always tell when someone is a bit odd, they read books.
|sa 21 Jul|
Suffolk Myth 75: If you don't know what a blow in is you is one.
|sa 17 Mar|
Suffolk Myth 74: Honest Suffolk folk can tell the difference between advertise and publicise.
|we 27 Dec|
Suffolk Myth 73: The parish council meeting is the highlight of the month for most people.
|we 30 Aug|
Suffolk Myth 72: You can always tell an urban fox in the country, they're the ones looking for an escalator to stand on the right of.
|we 26 Apr|
Suffolk Myth 71: All blowins come from that there London.
|su 22 Jan|
|su 30 Oct|
Suffolk Myth 69: You can always tell when someone is a bit odd, they don't live in Suffolk.
|fr 17 Jun|
Suffolk Myth 68: You can always tell an ol' country boy because they never walk anywhere ... unless it's with a dog and/or a gun.
|we 30 Mar|
Suffolk Myth 67: If you say it loud enough it must be the law.
|sa 2 Jan|
Suffolk Myth 66: Red diesel is only ever used in farm vehicles.
|tu 18 Aug|
Suffolk Myth 64: When the grass verge brambles need cutting back they're your brambles, when they've got ripe blackberries on them they're everybody's.
|fr 10 Jul|
Suffolk Myth 62: You can always tell a Londoner, they think you'll be interested that the Central line is open again.
|su 31 May|
Suffolk Myth 61: No Parking cones are just a suggestion, you can move them if you want.
|sa 10 Jan|
Suffolk Myth 60: It's ok to park on double yellows as long as you're half or fully on the pavement.
|sa 20 Sep|
Suffolk Myth 59: You don't get long for rape ... unless you have the whole field away.
|we 25 Jun|
Suffolk Myth 56: You can always tell people from a London because they lock the house when they're in the garden.
|we 19 Dec|
Suffolk Myth 39: Batter is what posh people feel after they've got over the flu.
|sa 17 Mar|
Suffolk Myth 37: You can always tell people from Benhall because they're polite and like to help people.
|sa 18 Feb|
Suffolk Myth 36: Sax is what posh people have so there's someone to leave the money to.
|su 18 Sep|
Suffolk Myth 35: In Little Mutterings you don't lose your girl friend you just lose your turn.
|we 1 Jun|
Suffolk Myth 33: You can always tell a townie, they're the ones who put their wheelie bins out Sunday afternoon for collection on a Thursday.
|tu 28 Sep|
|mo 26 Jul|
Suffolk Myth 26: People in Little Glemham call the A12 The Road to the Sun.
|sa 26 Jun|
Suffolk Myth 24: Property developers become councillors because they want to give something back.
|th 17 Jun|
Suffolk Myth 23: All of that there London is under a glass roof ... or perhaps it's just Liverpool Street station ...
|tu 6 Apr|
Suffolk Myth 20: People in that there London ride on the right of escalators to stop their wallets being pinched.
|mo 22 Mar|
Suffolk Myth 19: Sex and the City is based on Halesworth.
|th 25 Feb|
Suffolk Myth 15: It's illegal to pull anyone under the age of 19 from the path of an approaching lorry because it's inappropriate touching, if they're over 18 it's probably assault.