From time to time, my students ask me for examples of English dialects. I usually respond with a few lines from 'The Yorkshireman's Creed', such as 'Hear all, see all, say nowt' or, 'If tha' ever does owt for nowt, allus make sure tha does it for tha sen' (= If you ever do anything for nothing, always make sure that you do it for yourself). However, I would like to know what the other lines of the 'creed' are, or if anyone has more information on the subject. For example, who wrote the creed? When did it first appear? And what do people from Yorkshire think about it?