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Definition funny of Crofter:
Crofter. Or Crofta (for people who can't spell or are actually from the croft) People with low self-esteem and no moral standards ofter found in scum infested council estates. Easily recognisable by a can of special brew in one hand a fag in the other and a mouth like a burnt out fuse board.
Ofcourse you stole that money out of my bag your a "crofter""crofta" Best get to post office for my dole otherwise my lecki will run out like a proper "crofter""crofta" What do you mean my kids are black that's just muck forgot to pay my water cause I iz a "crofter""crofta" Wake up in the morning feeling like a "crofter""crofta" get my jobless arse outta bed for 12 walk to the postie with ma tinni pushing ma pram with ma kiddi fuck knows who the dad is could be the local Paki What's got 500 feet and no teeth??.... the post office cue on dole day
Songs about Crofter:
Crofter /Colins Cattle /Herding Song /Cutting Bracken /Clean Pease Strae /Wind That Shakes Barley /Na Goisidich... by Massed Pipes & Drums from the Album The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2012
Boswell Castle / Skye Crofters by The Ballochmyle Band from the Album For Our Friends
Crofter and Landlord by Calum Ruadh from the Album Calum Ruadh Bard of Skye
Crofter's Ceilidh by Judy from the Album Beyond
Crofter's Son by Gunna Sound Ceilidh Band from the Album Rollin' On The Sea
Crofters by Strangelove from the Album The B-Sides 1997-1998
Crofters by Mark Britten / Stephan North from the Album Chamber Orchestras
Books about Crofter:
The Crofter and the Laird by John McPhee (Sep 1, 1992)
On the Crofter's Trail by David Craig (Apr 1, 2010)
A Crofter's Tale: The REAL Story behind the Hartlepool Monkey Legend by Mr Gareth McArtur and Mr Andre Boulanger (Mar 1, 2014)
On the Crofter's Trail: In Search of the Clearance Highlanders by David Craig (Dec 30, 2007)
Lillian Beckwith's Hebridean Cookbook : Secrets From A Crofter's Kitchen by Lillian Beckwith and Douglas Hall (Jun 19, 1978)
Willie Gavin, Crofter Man: A Portrait of a Vanished Lifestyle by David Kerr Cameron and Jack Webster (Jun 1, 2008)
Scottish Crofters: A Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology) by Susan Parman (Apr 19, 2004)
Wiki information Crofter:
A croft is a fenced or enclosed area of land, usually small and arable with a crofter's dwelling thereon. A crofter is one who has tenure and use of the land, typically as a tenant farmer.