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Dore or Burngreave?

Which one?  

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  1. 1. Which one?

    • Dore
      72
    • Burnegreave
      19


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I know a few people who live in Burngreave who regularly commute to Dore.

 

yeah but they are all burglars!:hihi:

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Burngreave is a community at the end of the day.

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id say dore. i have just recently moved myself from norfolk park to totley. its a case of rags to riches lol

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I chose Dore, although it wouldnt be my first choice - but If i was forced....

 

Having small children I would prefer them to grow up in safer surroundings.

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Burngreave... lived there b4... Dore is...:gag: 2 of the lads ive worked with come from dore...Dore=Bore!:P

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An obviously stupid thread. Why not Burngreave vs Manor / Dore vs Whirlow.

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May as well close this thread before it turns into a

 

Dore is full of snobs

Burngreave is fine

everywhere has its good parts and bad parts thread

 

And Sid only started it to cause friction!

 

Typical reverse snobbish comment (or whatever they call it) :loopy:

 

I'd prefer to live in Dore. It's not full of commoners.

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Out of those two, Dore, I guess but I think there are better areas to live in, in Sheffield.

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And Sid only started it to cause friction!

 

From reading a few of his other threads, it's the only friction he does get.

 

As for my answer to the theoretical Question of greatness, Neither.

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