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Definition funny of Otterburn:
The brush burn you get during sex with an "otter", caused by his beard/stubble.
"What's that redness?" "Oh, Nathan gave me otter burn last night, he really needs to shave!"
Songs about Otterburn:
The Battle Of Otterburn by Various artists from the Album Fyre & Sword - Songs Of The Border Reivers
The Battle of Otterburn by June Tabor from the Album An Echo of Hooves
The Battle of Otterburn by Wolfhound from the Album A Nation Once Again
The Gay Gordons - Otterburn Towers / Jock & Dollie Leiper / Otterburn Club by Andrew Rankine from the Album Scottish Accordion Dance - The Ceilidh Collection
Gay Gordons: Headlands / The Old Rustic Bridge / Rowan Tree / Otterburn Club by Bill Douglas and his Scottish Dance Band from the Album A Dundee Welcome
Otterburn by Ian Partridge from the Album Jeffreys, J.: Northumberland and Beyond
Otterburn by Kathryn Tickell from the Album Northumberland Collection
Books about Otterburn:
Otterburn 1388: Bloody Border Conflict (Campaign) by Peter Armstrong and Stephen Walsh (Jan 22, 2013)
Games of Otterburn 1388 by Charles Randolph Bruce (Aug 29, 2012)
Otterburn 1388: Bloody Border Conflict (Campaign) by Armstrong, Peter (2006) Paperback (1000)
Otterburn Chase by C N Carvalho (1898)
The Geology of the Country Around Otterburn and Elsdon: (Explanation of Quarter-Sheet 108 S. E.) (New Series Sheet... by Hugh Miller (Aug 10, 2009)
Remarks on the speeches of William Paul, clerk, and John Hall of Otterburn, esq: executed at Tyburn for rebellion... by Daniel Defoe (Aug 1, 2011)
History Of The Battle Of Otterburn by robert white (May 11, 2012)
Wiki information Otterburn:
Otterburn is a small village in Northumberland, England, 31 miles northwest of Newcastle Upon Tyne on the banks of the River Rede, near the confluence of the Otter Burn, from which the village derives its name. It lies within the Cheviot Hills about...
Otterburn Park is a small town located 40 km east of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The population as of the Canada 2011 Census was 8,450. The town lies south of Mont-Saint-Hilaire on the Richelieu River and is one of the few officially bilingual towns in...