Old Yorkshire and Newcastle (UK)...term for a person who is unemployed and claiming benefits. Originates from the fact that poor people couldn't afford bread, so made alternatively cheaper "Pan Crackers".
They are on the pan crack.
Loads of pan crackers living round here!
Pan crack corner!
"SITHIE" also "Sither" which derives from, "See thee hither", (Come here)...) Is a Yorkshire
term which can contextually mean either, "See thee", or "Hey, you!" *Sither*.
Sithi/ SITHER: Examples include, "Eyup sithi, am off art terneet. Is tha comin?" (Hey you. I am going out tonight. Are you coming too?) And, "Sithi lerter ode cocker!" (See you later my friend.)
An approach to sex and human sexuality that embraces the full benefits of sexual interraction as healthy and uplifting, based upon the premise that sexual expression is good and healthy and that societal repression or control of the individual's sex-drive is bad and unhealthy.
Sex Positive people advocate comprehensive sex education, because even in a free-sex utopia one must still be wary of sexually-transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies.