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Tata means 'goodbye'

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Fangs4themammaries Thu 31-Mar-16 20:52:25

in Nottinghamshire (pronounced taTa).

MTPurse Thu 31-Mar-16 20:55:13

There is an 'Only Joking' topic? I have been here years and never knew this!

Sorry op

Tata wink

YourLeftElbow Thu 31-Mar-16 20:56:14

We use tata in Welsh, toosad

SanityClause Thu 31-Mar-16 20:58:13

Yeah, it means that in Australia, too.

juniperdingleberries Thu 31-Mar-16 21:01:34

Yes it does mean bye bye. (Am from Nottingham. I miss it in the Midlands.)

Botchit Thu 31-Mar-16 21:02:08

Same in Lancashire. It means goodbye. Have never used the expression myself and never will.

Why have you put it in the 'Only Joking' topic? Not complaining, just wondering.

MummySparkle Thu 31-Mar-16 21:04:02

TTFN - Tata for now

Surely everyone knows this hmm

MTPurse Thu 31-Mar-16 21:12:32

As a Geordie we say 'Tara' Not like the name, pronounced like tata.

irregularegular Thu 31-Mar-16 21:14:12

Reference to Tata Steel I assume.

StealthPolarBear Thu 31-Mar-16 21:15:07

Bit insensitive

Fangs4themammaries Thu 31-Mar-16 22:09:29

Oh yes, trivial response to a serious issue - which is why I put it in 'Only Joking'.

1DAD2KIDS Thu 27-Oct-16 21:16:31

It definitely seems to in the UK Steel industry. Let's hope not of course, seriously.

glassinpocket Thu 27-Oct-16 21:28:20

I don't understand any of this. confused

And it's a zombie thread.

OrangeSquashTallGlass Thu 27-Oct-16 21:32:40

I also don't understand: this thread or why 1DAD2KIDS is reviving these threads... confused

Konyaa Thu 27-Oct-16 21:35:12

All over India too. And Pakistan and Bangladesh too.

Longdistance Thu 27-Oct-16 21:41:43

It's a town in Hungary where my mum's from 😀,_Hungary


BoinkAlongQuietly Thu 27-Oct-16 21:43:25

Why is it insensitive?

(I genuinely don't understand) confused

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