Numerology information Rushden:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Definition funny of Rushden:

urbanLocation: Rushden is on the A6 between Bedford and Kettering. It is connected to the larger towns by a wank bus service which takes an hour and a half to reach fucking Northampton. Governance: None. Several failed attempts to enforce the law in the past. History: There are several theories regarding the origins of Rushden, I shall list only those that are given any serious consideration: A) Rushden was created by Satan, who had a wank and didn't clean up afterwards. B) Rushden was created in the 1950s by secret nuclear testing by the Government, who in an effort to cover up the resulting crater as a town, inhabited it with the UK's worst and dimmest. C) Rushden is the unfortunate result of an attempt to break the world record in gathering the most people with no GCSE qualifications in one place, they just never left. D) Rushden was Hitler's answer to retards, Winston Churchill just went along with it as a great idea. Sports: Drinking, fighting, stabbing and long-distance running (from the Police, who kindly provide fag breaks for the participants). Education: N/A. Supermarkets: ASDA and Waitrose (if you're a Tory). Disclaimer: The writer will take no responsibility for anyone curious enough to see Rushden for themselves after reading this. According to recent statistics by a vermin control group which formerly conducted (effective) training there, 98% of all visitors die.

urban"Shall we go to Rushden?" "No." "Hello, could you please tell me where I am?" Last words, knife wounds were found to the body.


Songs about Rushden:

songs(Bonus) Change of the Guard (feat. Moka Only & Michael Rushden) by Lord Diamonds from the Album I Am Rich

songsDisposable Income (feat. Michael Rushden) by Greg Beamish from the Album Disposable Income [Explicit]

songsJust Another (feat. Michael Rushden) by William White from the Album William White: White Out

songsLoverboys (Outro) [feat. Karl Lord Edward Diamonds, Michael Rushden] by William White from the Album William White: White Out

songsRushden Fair by Matt Stevens from the Album Relic

songsSuicide Girl (feat. Michael Rushden) by William White from the Album William White: White Out

songsTop Gear (Rushden Introduction) by Rushden & Diamonds from the Album Michael Rushden: Suddenly


Books about Rushden:

booksThe Rushden Legacy by Ellen Randolph (Jan 1987)

booksA Rushden Lad (Oct 4, 2009)

booksRushden and Higham Ferrers Tales: True Stories About Real People by Eric Jenkins (2001)

booksRushden and Diamonds: A Footballing History by Ian Addis and Mick Dean (Aug 1998)

booksRushden: The Early Fine Wares by P. J WOODS (1984)

booksRushden: A Duchy of Lancaster village by David Hall (1985)

booksAA Street by Street: Northampton, Wellingborough, Moulton, Rushden by AA Publishing (Jul 1, 2003)