NarThenSithi – Send Your Broad Yorkshire Message To The World

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Latest news in Yorkshire: November 07, 2018 03:01:49 PM

Talk Broad Yorkshire in 5 minutes.
Click and become a Tyke for all your messages and posts :-)

Type a comment in the comment box
Click the “Post Comment” button
Copy your posted comment translated to Broad Yorkshire
Send it to the designated person you are communicating with.
If you want, make another Tyke message again & again

 

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Send Your Broad Yorkshire Message To The World

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