Northern Slang 'Mither' Funny Noun Definition - Print

Local Lingo Co
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Celebrate the quirky charm of Mancunian dialect with our "Mither" Definition Print. This playful piece defines "Mither" as a term Northerners use to describe someone who won't stop bothering you. The humorous touch with the quote, "Quit mithering, you're doing my head in!" adds a relatable twist. Perfect for anyone who appreciates Northern slang and wants to bring a bit of Manchester's character into their home. This minimalist design is ideal for your living room, office, or as a gift for a fellow Mancunian.

Product Details:

  • Size: Available in A4 (210 x 297 mm) and A3 (297 x 420 mm) sizes, fitting standard frames.
  • Material: Printed on premium matte paper for a crisp, clear finish.
  • Please note: The framed print shown in our image is for illustrative purposes only, allowing you to visualise how it will complement your decor.