Definition funny of Lansdowne:

urbanA borough in eastern Delaware County ("Delco"). It separated form Upper Darby Township in 1893. It has its own fire company and police station. Main roads include Marshall road (borders Upper Darby), Lansdowne ave, and Baltimore pike.

urbanThe borough of lansdowne is bordered by Upper darby, Clifton Heights, Aldan (just a little),and Yeadon

urbanA neighborhood in eastern Pennsylvania. It is full of hard-working middle to upper-middle class families. Also is home to a growing of young professioanls, drawm to the large old house and close-knit community feel.

urbanI came to Lansdowne to live amoung other upper-middle class fmailies and because of the large Victorians homes, located in one of two historic districts.

urbanThe holy grail of rugby and football in Ireland, as in Lansdowne Road Stadium in Dublin.

urbanWasn't it great to see Roy Keane back at Lansdowne, shame he was shite though.

urbanHehe.... where do i start...... well Lansdowne is your average below average community. Filled with people from many different races, white, black, mexican, and korean. wANT DRUGS??? gO TO ANY SHOPPING CENTER usually Lansdowne plaza or go to Lake brook circle. Only community in the county that you must pass tire spikes and security gate with pigs constanly doing ride bys every 5 minutes with metal barr revolving gates to separate the monkeys( not a racist statement) from the average. Want crime we have some. lol a shooting or stabbin a week with constant survaillence of the police hellicopters making a racket at 1 in the morning shining their damn spotlight in your house and scaring the shit out of you. Other than that people are pretty normal. usually on drugs but normal. about 80 percent smoke weed. and the schools are horrible. Those poor teachers are prolly kicking thier selves in the ass for choosing that school. hehe. We are filled with wanna-be gangsters and we have a skate park to accomidate the growing number of emo kids coming into high school. Yeah Lansdownes great come on down only if you have drugs tho.... lol


Songs about Lansdowne:

songsPipebomb On Lansdowne by Dropkick Murphys from the Album The Gang's All Here

songsLansdowne Shuffle by Steve Gunn from the Album Too Early For The Hammer

songsPipebomb On Lansdowne by Dropkick Murphys from the Album Singles Collection Vol. 2

songsBaltimore Salute / The Lansdowne Lass / Jackie Coleman's - (reel) by Seamus Egan from the Album Shanachie Presents St. Patrick's Day

songsBaltimore Salute / The Lansdowne Lass / Jackie Coleman's - (reel) by Seamus Egan from the Album Traditional Music Of Ireland

songsBenediction (feat. Justin Lansdowne) by Woodridge Church from the Album Epic

songsCaving In... (feat. Justin Lansdowne) by Woodridge Church from the Album Epic


Books about Lansdowne:

booksLansdowne's Birds 2015 Calendar by J. Fenwick Landsdowne (Jul 15, 2014)

booksThe Lansdowne Irish Estates and Sir William Petty. Second edition. With appendix. by William George Carroll (Feb 14, 2011)

booksThe Lansdowne Irish Estates. by William George. Carroll (May 3, 2010)

booksLansdowne's Birds 2014 Calendar by J. Fenwick Lansdowne (Jul 2013)

booksJ. Fenwick Lansdowne by Tristram Lansdowne (Mar 1, 2014)

booksLansdowne's Birds 2013 Calendar by J. Fenwick Lansdowne (Jul 2012)

booksThe House at Lansdowne by Caroline Farr (Nov 1, 1977)


Movies about Lansdowne:

moviesThe Corrs - Live at Lansdowne Road 2004 NR - Runtime: 50 mins Starring: CORRS

moviesLive At Lansdowne Road -

moviesThere is a town...Lansdowne 2005 - Runtime: 1 hr Directed by: Jane Pollini


Wiki information Lansdowne:

Lansdowne Football Club
Rugby union Team, Sports Team, Organization

Lansdowne Football Club, also sometimes referred to as Lansdowne Rugby Football Club, is a rugby union team based in Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in 1872 by Henry Wallace Doveton Dunlop as the Irish Champion Athletic Club. Its senior team...

Lansdowne Road
Venue, Project focus, Location, Structure, Building

Lansdowne Road was a stadium in Dublin owned by the Irish Rugby Football Union that has been the location of a number of sports stadiums. It was used primarily for rugby union and for association football matches as well as some music concerts. The...