If you grew up or have lived on Tyneside a lot of the entries on this list will be very familiar and may bring back some good memories!
The North East has its own slang, accent, history and way of life, so it isn’t suprising there are parts of life in and around Newcastle you don’t experience anywhere else!
How many of these have you done?
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2. Cheer on Newcatstle United at St James Park
Even those who don't have an interest in football have likely been taken to a fixture at St James Park at least once in their lives. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images) Photo: Naomi Baker
3. Go to the panto at the Theatre Royal
Newcastle's Theatre Royal is well known across the region and many people's first visit would have been for the site's annual pantomime. You may not remember your first but it's a tradition for many families! Photo: PA Images
4. Get frustrated at how outsiders spell 'howay'
Of the two ways to spell the common North East term, the Mackem way of ha'way always seems to resonate more than howay. Regardless of the context, it's important for people to know the difference if they don't know - and it's your job to tell them! (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images) Photo: Stu Forster