• Image of Hull News Flash - It all "meks" sense if you've ever been to Hull
  • Image of Hull News Flash - It all "meks" sense if you've ever been to Hull
  • Image of Hull News Flash - It all "meks" sense if you've ever been to Hull
  • Image of Hull News Flash - It all "meks" sense if you've ever been to Hull
  • Image of Hull News Flash - It all "meks" sense if you've ever been to Hull

Roars of laughter have been heard around the city this week following the pre release of what's been regarded as one of Hull's most popular stocking fillers for Christmas 2020.

"Cockled ova" is proving very popular and was photographed in Hull's Old Town featuring a woman who tripped over on the cobbles outside of the Mission Pub.

Another favourite is "Gizza Croggy" which features a boy and his friend on his bike and was taken on the Boulevard in Hull.

"Larkin Out Down Tenfoot" is a real nostalgic scene and was taken down a West Hull Tenfoot.

"Its Mafting" features a couple sunbathing on Hessle Foreshore in August and shows the Humber Bridge in the background.

The "It all "meks" sense if you've ever been to Hull 2021 Calendar is available for pre order now click below.. it will be released in a limited quantity on 23rd October order now to avoid disappointment.

Full month by month list here...

Hull Dialect (scroll down for translation)

JANUARY = "Arfa larga & larm"
FEBRUARY = "Cockled ova"
MARCH = "Pattie, chips & scraps"
APRIL = "Larkin out down tenfoot"
MAY = "Bool the bain"
JUNE = "Gizza Croggy"
JULY = "On Meolidiz"
AUGUST = "It's Mafting"
SEPTEMBER = "Chip Spice"
OCTOBER = "Hull Fair"
NOVEMBER = "Goin on rerd"
DECEMBER = "Season Greetings from ULL"

Translation from 'Ull to English ...

JANUARY = Half a lager and lime cordial
FEBRUARY = Fallen over (usually after one too many in Hull's Old Town)
MARCH = Hull's number one delicacy which is deep fried potato with herbs of sage and onion
APRIL = Playing out down the 10ft space behind people's gardens and garages
MAY = To push a small child in a pushchair
JUNE = To ride as passenger on someone else's bicycle
JULY = On my holidays (in Hull)
AUGUST = It's very hot and humid
SEPTEMBER = Hull's special seasoning for chips giving a scrumptious and fabulous taste
OCTOBER = Europe's oldest and largest travelling funfair
NOVEMBER = To buy groceries on one of Hull's main shopping roads
DECEMBER = Season Greetings from Kingston upon-Hull

All images have been photographed in Hull and include the following locations. Hull's Old Town, Queen Victoria Square, Hessle Road, Hull Marina, a West Hull Tenfoot, Boulevard, Hessle Foreshore and Walton Street.

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