The local drink is the kickass Newcastle Brown Ale, or Nooky Broown. After several pint's of this brew a Geordie will start to sing traditional songs like Lambton Worm with its references to Saint George slaying the dragon (worm).
If you are from the South of England (Anywhere further South than Scarbourough counts)and misbehave a Geordie may gently admonish you with the local reprimand of laying the 'heed' on you.
Geordies enjoy supporting the local football team Newcastle United also known as the Toon armie or the Magpies.
While the accent is a little difficult to understand at first, a visit to Geordieland is well worth the effort.
Sometimes individuals from this area when living in the South of England are knicknamed Geordie.
He is a Geordie from Newcastle
Geordie:Ya Fuckin cockney bastard, am gonna fuckin knack ye (proceeds to force pint pot into mans mouth"
Geordies Girlfriend: Gan on kidda, knack the cunt!"
1. A native of Tyneside
2. A supporter of Newcastle United (the noted pigeon crap of the North East).
The latter of these two has created a change to the traditional Geordie song, Blaydon Races. The new version is as follows:
Oh, me lads! You shoulda seem 'em gannin,
Dyre and co., havin a god - all the toon git bangin,
Thor was lots o' lads 'n' lasses there,
Fanies was git aching!
We divvn't need the Champion's - we'd rather gan out rapin!
The mackems beat the Geordies.
Typical Geordie 2: Aye.
Their native habitat being run down estates, or preferably, other peoples houses (if the window is open).