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Definition funny of Inverkeithing:
Inverkeithing is a small former fishing village located in Fife, Scotland. It is currently stuck in a time warp, and the entire population of Inverkeithing currently has no running water or electricity. The locals support "the big team from Edinburgh" - Hibernian. "Hibs" casuals regularly get the steam train over the bridge to beg for tickets to matches and generally start fights. The locals refer to themselves as "Divits." Inverkeithing has a compulsory ten child policy and inbreeding is a legal right. The "Divits" are currently engaged in a 100 year war with High Valleyfield. The Divit diet consists solely of Buckfast. "Bucky"
"Haw man I'm pure on my fifth bottle of Bucky the day" - Anonymous Haw man, you got some pure spare change so I can see the Hibees play" - anonymous Divit "Inverkeithing is unique as it is stuck in the 1800's" - The Scotsman
Songs about Inverkeithing:
Inverkeithing by Idlewild from the Album Epping Forest
Books about Inverkeithing:
Inverkeithing & North Queensferry Through Time by Eric Simpson and George Robertson (Dec 8, 2013)
Inverkeithing. North Queensferry. Limekilns. Charlestown. The Ferry Hills. Their Antiquities and Recreative Resources... by Andrew Storar. Cunningham (May 3, 2010)
Inverkeithing, Dalgety Bay Street Plan by Ronald P.A. Smith
Inverkeithing & Queensferry Through Time by Eric Simpson (Oct 1, 2011)
Inverkeithing & North Queensferry Through Time (Paperback) - Common by By (author) George Robertson By (author) Eric Simpson (2011)
Reminiscenses Childhood at Inverkeithing Or Life at a Lazaretto by James Simson (Nov 13, 2008)
Reminiscences of childhood at Inverkeithing; or, Life at a lazaretto by James Simson b. 1826 (Dec 31, 1882)
Wiki information Inverkeithing:
Inverkeithing is a town and a royal burgh in Fife, Scotland, located on the Firth of Forth. According to population estimates, the town has a population of 5,265. The port town was given burgh status by King David I of Scotland in the 12th century...
The Battle of Inverkeithing was a battle of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. It was fought on 20 July 1651 between an English Parliamentarian army under John Lambert and a Scottish Covenanter army acting on behalf of Charles II, led by Sir John Brown...