Definition funny of Dungannon:

urbanEver wondered what happens to all that mess that you flush down the toilet? the UK government thought that by stashing it all in northern ireland they could cut deep-ocean storage costs....a tragic misjudgment....for once the piles of used condoms, human excrement and other assorted sewage reached critical mass, they became self-aware, and forth sprang the town known as "Dungannon" (literally ("Oh shit!") in the old tongue. The Dungannon horde was rocked by the recent discovery of fire, and now the stereotype of the locals participating in the so-called "Dunny roll" to keep warm is becoming increasingly outdated. Indeed- many of the old opinions of outsiders (or "kwaaar jishalaiwhewhgqres" to the natives of dungannon) are no longer applicable. Having been shunned by technology, inward investment, education, basic health facilities, tourists, other irish people, inter and intra governmental organisations, charities, volunteer organisations, flora, fauna, evolution, religion and natural law, Dungannoners are a very self sufficient group. once every dungannon week (more or less 6 hours depending on how good at counting the one in charge of studying the lice of the chieftain is) the locals engage in a ritual designed to celebrate their self sufficiency and survival instinct, in which they "recycle" liquids which they recently drank. Dungannon is twinned with a badgers' den in Scotland, and enjoys the disticntion of being "wesern europe's answer to area 51".

urbanExplorer Monthly Travel Magazine: I have Just arrived in Dungannon, and am phoning in my travel report since one of the locals ate my notepad. I wish to begin by saying what an absolute ********* this place is, and I cannot believe that the inhabitants of this last bastion of the stone age are...wait, what are you doing!?? GET OFF ME!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO..........." "Ohhhh....dodgy curry tonight Dave....need to go for a Dungannon"


Songs about Dungannon:

songsCottage on the Old Dungannon Road by Hugo Duncan from the Album Welcome to Northern Ireland

songsB52 Hornpipe / Donald Camerons Powder Horn / Rory Gallagher / Girl from Dungannon / John Roy Stewart / Devil in... by Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band from the Album Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band Live

songsBack To Castlebar/Lovely Leitrim/Old Dungannon Road by Malachy Doris from the Album Irish Pub Singalong

songsCape Breton Jigs: The Lemonville Jig, The Donegal Jig, My Dungannon Sweetheart by Alex Green from the Album Whistle O'er The Lave O't

songsCottage In The Country / Cottage On The Old Dungannon Road / Misty Rolling Midlands by Sean Wilson from the Album Cottage In The Country - The Sean Wilson Collection Vol' 1

songsCottage On Ol' Dungannon Road by Hugo Duncan from the Album Hugo Duncan Three Leaf Shamrock

songsCottage on Old Dungannon Road by Hugo Duncan from the Album 99 Greatest Irish Classics


Books about Dungannon:

booksDungannon Golf Club Centenary 1890-1990 by Centennary Convener L. R. P. Agnew and David Dugal (1990)

booksDungannon, Virginia quadrangle, USGS 7.5 minute topo map by USGS (1976)

booksAround Dungannon (Images of Ireland) by Felix Hagan (Oct 31, 1998)

booksBreathe free. (Dungannon, Virginia): An article from: E by Will Nixon (Jul 28, 2005)

booksCome in, Dungannon! (Part 1) by Brendan Corr (Aug 13, 2013)

booksDungannon Community Cookbook by Dungannon Women's Club (1981)

booksOn a proposed subdivision of dioceses a letter to Viscount Dungannon by Christopher Wordsworth (Jan 21, 2013)


Wiki information Dungannon:

City/Town/Village, Location, Statistical region, Dated location, Capital of administrative division

Dungannon is a town in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is the third-largest town in the county and had a population of 15,889 at the 2011 Census. The Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council has its headquarters in the town. For centuries, it...

City/Town/Village, Dated location, HUD County Place, Statistical region, HUD Foreclosure Area, Location

Dungannon is a town in Scott County, Virginia, United States. The population was 332 at the 2010 census. It was named after the town of Dungannon in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Dungannon is part of the Kingsport–Bristol –Bristol Metropolitan...