Definition funny of Birmingham:

urbanIndustrial city in the centre of England. My home town. Second city in England, biggest city next to London. Famous for having world class curry houses.

urban'Birmingham Rocks!'

urbanThe second city in Britain. Friendly, down-to-earth people. Not stuck up and shallow like cockneys and not got an inferiority complex like mancs. Probably the best place in Britain for a night out (from personal experience it is better than London, Gunchester and Nottingham). Definitely the best place to go shopping, Trafford center my arse! Has a massive stigma attached to it by ignorant people who mainly haven’t visited it or are stuck-up snobs. Balti capitol of Britain (unofficially since some council idiot forgot to enter the competition). One more thing, if mancs think of Greater Manchester as Manchester (because Manchester is woefully inadequate) then maybe Birmingham should be ‘greater Birmingham’ i.e. the West Midlands which is like 3 million people and wipes the floor with their poor excuse for a town? Nah, who cares, Birmingham is the centre of Britain in every respect.

urbanBirmingham - The future

urbanThe true second city of the UK, and any manc that says otherwise needs to come down and have a look for themselves what a great place BIRMINGHAM really is. Most people have a bad opinion of Birmingham but that's because they probably have never been here or have only seen it in the sixties when it was a concrete jungle. But now Birmingham is a proper city with everything a proper city should have. Birmingham has facilities to rival London let alone a place like manchester.

urbanBirmingham, Second City of the UK Birmingham, Shopping Capital of Europe Best City in the WORLD - Birmingham

urbanthe most beautiful city in the world, i couldnt live anywhere else. the contrasts, the architecture, the humour and the heart of the Brummies the currys, the home of Cadbury's chocolate, home of Birmingham City FC (the most philosophical football team in the world). it's a major European city with an outstanding city centre and many very pleasant suburbs. a former industrial city in a period of renaissance Birmingham has shaken off it it's old image to having a cool, fashionable, cultured city and being the only place to be for a night out on the town. the United Kingdoms Second City after London in terms of population and importance Brummies have a lot to be proud of considering it is Europe's youngest city. It is also the most ethnically diverse city in Europe. celebrities include Ozzy Osbourne, Jasper Carrot, Mike Skinner (from The Streets), Jamelia, UB40, Duran Duran and Toyah Wilcox. a humble city with no ego, just down to earth, hard-working honest Brummies.


Songs about Birmingham:

songsPaint Me A Birmingham by Tracy Lawrence from the Album Strong

songsBirmingham by Shovels & Rope from the Album O' Be Joyful

songsPaint Me A Birmingham (Album Version) by Tracy Lawrence from the Album Then And Now: The Hits Collection

songsYour Body Is a Wonderland (Live In Birmingham) by John Mayer from the Album Any Given Thursday

songsPaint Me a Birmingham by Tracy Lawrence from the Album The Singer

songsBirmingham by Eric Essex from the Album Birmingham

songsBirmingham Blues by Electric Light Orchestra from the Album Out Of The Blue


Books about Birmingham:

booksThe Watsons Go to Birmingham--1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis (Dec 12, 2000)

booksBirmingham: Then and Now® by Todd Keith (Jun 1, 2014)

booksThe Birmingham Roller: A Performance Pigeon by Dave Henderson (Apr 27, 2014)

booksTop Ten Sights: Birmingham by Mark Jones (Aug 23, 2014)

booksBirmingham Revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Epic Challenge to the Church by Edward Gilbreath (Nov 1, 2013)

booksBirmingham 1963: How a Photograph Rallied Civil Rights Support (Captured History) by Shelley Tougas, Alexa L Sandmann and Kathleen Baxter (Jan 1, 2011)

booksBirmingham Sunday (Orbis Pictus Honor for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children (Awards)) by Larry Dane Brimner (Feb 1, 2010)


Movies about Birmingham:

moviesThe Watsons Go To Birmingham 2013 TV-PG CC - Runtime: 1 hr 27 mins Starring: David Alan Grier, et al. Directed by: Kenny Leon

moviesWatsons Go to Birmingham 2013 PG - Runtime: 1 hr 26 mins Starring: David Alan Grier, et al. Directed by: Kenny Leon

moviesCinderella - Birmingham Royal Ballet 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 49 mins Starring: Elisha Willis Directed by: David Bintley

moviesEn Vogue - Alabama State Fairground - 2002 - Birmingham 2012 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 2 mins Directed by: Unavailable

moviesMargaret Allison and the Angelic Gospel Singers: 50 Years - Live in Birmingham 2008 NR - Starring: Margaret Allison and the Angelic Gospel Singers Directed by: Don Rooney

moviesThe Pilgrim Jubilees: Live in Birmingham 2008 NR - Starring: The Pilgrim Jubilees Directed by: Don Rooney

moviesEnid - The Enid Live At Town Hall, Birmingham 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Enid


Wiki information Birmingham:

English metropolitan borough, Fictional Setting, Administrative Division, Dated location, Literature Subject, Travel destination, Statistical region, Newspaper circulation area, Sports Team Location, Location

Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England, United Kingdom. It is the most populous British city outside London with 1,092,330 residents, and its population increase of 88,400 residents between the 2001 and 2011...

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Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama. The city is the county seat of Jefferson County. The city's population was 212,237 according to the 2010 United States Census. The Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of about...