Liff superfan Joe Moorwood, who has contributed 29 liffs to Afterliff, has just published a book of his own: The Yorkshire Meaning of Liff. It contains such classics as:


A perfect retort composed an hour and a half too late.


To be pleasantly devoid of thought.


The tilt of an imaginary pint glass to ask if someone on the other side of a noisy pub wants a drink.

Congratulations Joe! Here’s an interview with him from and a feature about it in The York Press.

Joe was also on BBC Radio York (1 hour 37 mins in).