Yorkshire folk have plenty in common — distinctive accents, a love of Yorkshire puddings and appreciation for some of the prettiest green spaces in the country.

We know what a proper pint tastes like, we're known for our dry sense of humour and we've even produced a few knights and dames (Sir Patrick Stewart and Dame Judi Dench, anyone?).

If you're Yorkshire born and bred, there are shared experiences that make growing up in this part of the UK really special.

From regional delicacies to the landmarks that tell us we're close to home, the days out to Yorkshire's brilliant family attractions to seaside jaunts on the East Coast and the pride that stays with you even if you move away.

So take a look at our list and find out just how Yorkshire you are.

Here's 50 things you've probably done if you're from God's Own County — how many points do you score?

  1. Eaten Yorkshire puddings at least one Sunday a month for most of your life

  2. Tried to make Yorkshire puddings, and had at least one batch that sank pitifully before nailing the perfect recipe

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  3. Eaten pork pie and mushy peas on Bonfire Night

  4. Watched Morris Dancers

  5. Made a mean joke about Bradford/Dewsbury/Batley (or all three)

  6. Booed when you entered Lancashire in the car

  7. Cheered when you re-entered Yorkshire

  8. Been to Flamingo Land, Lightwater Valley, or both

  9. Been to the National Media Museum

  10. Been dragged to the top of Castle Hill for the view

  11. Made a rope swing with some rope, a tree branch, and a stick to cling onto like handlebars

  12. Fallen off the same rope swing after the stick snapped

  13. Bought a jumbo ice-pop from the corner shop in summer

  14. Been called our lass or our lad

  15. Braved swimming in the sea in Scarborough even though it was freezing

  16. Braved the seagulls after your chips in Bridlington

  17. Spent all your pocket money on a 2p machine in the seaside arcades

  18. Sat in a beer garden, even though you have to wear your coat, because the sun is out

  19. Explained to a foreigner that you live nowhere near London

  20. But added that Yorkshire is far better

  21. Seen someone from Emmerdale on a night out in Leeds or wandering around Headingley

  22. Been able to sing the first line of ‘On Ilkley Moor b’ah tat’ but that’s about it

  23. Gone on a day trip to Whitby

  24. Gone on a school trip to Eureka

  25. Referred to Harrogate and York as ‘posh’

  26. Been to Malham Cove and walked over the limestone pavement

  27. Visited somewhere with a connection to the Bronte sisters

  28. Been for an amazing curry in Bradford

  29. Nearly lost it in an M62 traffic jam

  30. Said ‘aye’ instead of yes, or said ‘ay up’ instead of hello

  31. Felt proud of Brian Blessed

  32. Felt even prouder of Patrick Stewart

  33. Cheered on Jessica Ennis-Hill in the Olympics

  34. Been to Leeds Festival

  35. OR, encountered the crowds of muddy people in Leeds city centre after Leeds festival

  36. Boasted about how many Yorkshire actors are in Game of Thrones

  37. Chanted ‘Yorkshire’ at a sports event

  38. Done an Otley Run

  39. Done the Real Ale trail

  40. Drank ale or cider from a Yorkshire brewery

  41. Owned a Yorkshire terrier or whippet

  42. Started a conversation with ‘now then’

  43. Begged your mum for a quid so you could go to the shop for some 'spice'

  44. Celebrated Yorkshire day

  45. Spent a fair few Saturdays traipsing round car boot sales

  46. Been to the Great Yorkshire Show

  47. Been to Bettys for a scone

  48. Winced at the price of something down south (like a pint... or a house)

  49. Boasted to southerners about property prices oop North

  50. Used Emley Moor Mast as a marker for being almost home after a long car journey

How many points did you score? Share your result on Facebook and Twitter and see how many of your mates are true Yorkshire folk!