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PostSubject: a Yorkshire tradition   Sun Apr 20, 2014 3:13 pm

Circa 1950, my mother was dating a rural but highly educated Yorkshireman, and noticed that he described any very welcome thing as being "As welcome as Good King Dick".  At the time, she didn't understand what this meant - and when she asked him about it, he just smiled.
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