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The top 10 things that make you a Warringtonian
6:20am Friday 31st January 2014 in News
1 You’re a rugby LEAGUE fan, not a football fan or the other type of rugby
2 Love her or hate her, you’ll always share your opinion on Kerry Katona when she’s in the news
3 If you haven’t complained about the Warrington traffic in the last few days, then you’re probably on holiday. And it takes you 45 minutes to get to work/drop the kids off at school every morning – despite the journey being two miles
4 Mention Warrington to people from other parts of the country and they’ll either moan about being delayed at Bank Quay or reminisce about going to Mr Smiths when they were younger – or mentions Ikea
5 Despite complaining about the number of pound shops in the town, you still shop in them
6 You always leave August bank holiday free – just in case....
7 You tell everyone you meet on holiday that you live inbetween Manchester and Liverpool
8 Have an inherent mistrust of people from Widnes, Wigan or St Helens. And something of a superiority complex over them. And Fiddler's Ferry is deffo Widnes - not Warrington.
9 You have heard of Chapelford but you don’t really know where it is or how to get there
10 You complain about the state of Bridge Street and the Market and the demise of local shops but do most of your shopping at the big Tesco, Trafford Centre or Gemini anyway
SO HOW DID YOU SCORE?
7-10 You are as Warrington as primrose and blue, Wireworks and the Golden Gates.
You are Ben Westwood (alright we know he isn't from Warrington but he is Mr Warrington to us).
4-6 You know how to get to the Town Hall but you probably don't know the name of the Mayor.
You are Chris Evans (famously from Warrington but he doesn't shout about it).
0-3 You aren't from Warrington at all. You like to think you are but it might take a while to know your Bank Park from your Queen's Gardens.
You are John Bishop (likes to talk about Ikea a lot but is actually just from Runcorn)
Now feel free to add your own...
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