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Definition funny of Cashmore:
A man that will invite you to the pub for a drink, then pretend he's being a gent by letting you through the door first. He's actually planned this before and is letting you in so you have to buy the first round. He will leave after the first round.
I went out with a right Cashmore last night. First round he ordered a bottle of wine, then cleared off when he'd finished it while playing the quiz machine.
Songs about Cashmore:
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (arr. D. Cashmore for choir) by Knabenchor Hannover from the Album Christmas Carols: British Music for the Festive Season
Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen (arr. M. Praetorius and C. Cashmore) by Cambridge St. John's College Choir from the Album On Christmas Night
Lay Down (feat. J.P., Mak Bonez & Cashmore) [Explicit] by Capital E from the Album Volume 2 - Ball Til I Fall [Explicit]
Silent Night (arr. D. Cashmore) by Philip Kenyon from the Album St John's College Choir, Cambridge: Christmas Carols From St John's
Books about Cashmore:
Cashmore: The Lark In The Clean Air
Beyond Black: Celebrity and Race in Obama's America [Paperback]  (Author) Ellis Cashmore (2012)
Celebrity Culture (Key Ideas) [Paperback]  (Author) Ellis Cashmore (2006)
Making Sense of Sports [Paperback]  (Author) Ellis Cashmore (2010)
Sport and Exercise Psychology: The Key Concepts (Routledge Key Guides) [Paperback]  (Author) Ellis Cashmore... (2008)
Celebrity Culture (Key Ideas) 1st (first) Edition by Cashmore, Ellis published by Routledge (2006) (0001)
Sport and Exercise Psychology: The Key Concepts (Routledge Key Guides) by Cashmore, Ellis published by Routledge... (0100)
Wiki information Cashmore:
Pete Cashmore is the CEO and founder of the popular blog Mashable, a Technorati Top 10 blog worldwide. He grew up in Banchory, and founded Mashable in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2005 at age 19. Cashmore now divides his time between Scotland and the United...
John Cashmore Ltd was a company based at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales. It has become known for its work scrapping redundant British railway locomotives and it also ran a shipbreaking or scrapping business on the River Usk. It scrapped many ex-Royal...