Hiya, after reading Mattcass post when he talked about his cheese pieces.
That is a cheese sand which in England. It got me thinking about different regional words and wondered what you use that are different.
I when I moved to England I went to a butchers and asked for gammon. Gammon in Scotland is cooked ham. The butcher obviously gave me a gammon joint confusing me as I wanted cooked ham, gammon to me lol.
When I met my mother in law she called me canny. I was so upset as in Scotland it means mean with money but here is the north east it is nice or sweet!!