Definition funny of Walney:

urbanAn Island off the coast of Barrow in Furness. This marshy wasteland is home to various different types of scum, most noticeably the teenage girl, who is often seen around the island giving birth, smoking or drinking White-lightning Cider. All vegetation is sparse on the island due to the island behind in close proximity to Sellafield, a nuclear power plant. This power-plant has been accused for many of the islanders having 11 toes or extra eye's, although scientist's have proved this has been due to incest. Another common sight on the island is the Red-cheeked chav. This species of parasite is growing at an alarming rate. They are nocturnal, and are often only seen in parks and bus stops late a night. They feed off cheep booze and Fish and Chips, although a small number of people claim they have seen the Chav's eating KFC Family Buckets. The reason for the red cheeks is understood to be due to exposure to alcohol from a very young age. The island itself was once part of the USA, but the US Government were sick of the trouble caused and so pushed the island out into the sea. Unfortunately for the people of Cumbria it landed just off their coastline, turning a once beautiful part of the world into something that can only be described as a hell hole.

urbanPLEASE NOTE: Those who step foot on the island of Walney are likely to be attacked or pestered by a Chav or indeed a fat person.


Songs about Walney:

songsWalney Road by Thomas Blondet from the Album Echo Chamber EP


Books about Walney:

booksWalney Island Girl by Katie Percy (Feb 14, 2011)

booksWalney: Two Centuries of a Northern Virginia Plantation by Elizabeth Brown Pryor (1984)

booksWalney to Wear Cycle Route Map: The Official Route Map and Guide to the 151 Mile Cycle Route Between Barrow in... (Jun 1, 2005)

booksThe Warbirds of Walney: A History of RAF Millom and No.10 Air Gunnery School by John Nixon and Russell Holden (Sep 1, 2014)

booksThe Natural Environment of North Walney and Sandscale Haws. Preface A R Hunter. by Barrow in Furness (1978)

booksThe natural history of Walney Island by Tim Dean (1990)

booksCoastal changes on Walney Island, North Lancashire by Phillips AW et al (1971)


Wiki information Walney:

Walney Island
Geographical Feature, Island, Location

The Isle of Walney, also known as Walney Island, is an island off the west coast of England, at the western end of Morecambe Bay. It forms part of the town of Barrow-in-Furness, and it is separated from mainland Barrow by Walney Channel, a narrow...

Barrow/Walney Island Airport
Airport, Location

Barrow/Walney Island Airport is located on Walney Island, 1.5 NM northwest of the centre of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. The airport is owned by BAE Systems, who operate private communication flights to various locations across the United...