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Definition funny of Wisbech:
formerly wisbeach. inhabited by the lowest of the low, the stupid, the inbred and the rare breed of half-human, half-tracksuit burberrious wankerous, which is a crude, low-life scallywag who only wishes to obtain cider or a knock off bottle of cheap "voddy" to consume whilst sitting on the swings in the main park.
"Gis ya fookin monay or I'll knife ya, ya big gay ars'ole!" or... "Izzit geeza, duz you 'ave a rizla for me, boi?"
A town in cambridgeshire inhabitated by inbred, stupid, pikeys. It is not recommended to walk through Wisbech at night.
"I'm off to Wisbech for the afternoon, darling. Don't expect me home in the morning. I'll be lying a ditch, after being mugged by a gang of pikeys."
Home to Cyclops and other half-breed primordial species who procreate through interbred relationships. Fortunately, these native vermin are now facing the threat of extinction at the hands of Eastern European migrants who are populating the area at a tremendous rate. The number would be greater if not for the fact that they are consistently stabbed, maimed, battered, abused and quite possibly eaten for their exotic taste by the local yokels.
Don't go to Wisbech
Songs about Wisbech:
Excerpt from Shepherd's Nativity Play / Shepherd's Cradle Song / Coventry Carol / Excerpt from Wisbech Nativity... by Alan Lomax Collection from the Album The Concert & Radio Series: Sing Christmas and the Turn of the Year: The Live Christmas Day 1957 Broadcast on BBC Radio
Wisbech & Other Such Galaxies by Double Handsome Dragons from the Album Double Handsome Dragons
Books about Wisbech:
The Manuscript of Great Expectations: From the Townshend Collection, Wisbech (Cambridge Library Collection - Literary... by Charles Dickens (Dec 8, 2011)
Wisbech: Webster's Timeline History, 714 - 2006 by Icon Group International (Aug 19, 2010)
Lower Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in Late-Medieval England: The Courts of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, 1336... by L. R. Poos (Feb 14, 2002)
Wisbech by Wisbech (May 26, 2000)
Wisbech and Peterborough North (Explorer Maps): Market Deeping & Crowland (OS Explorer Map) A1 Edition by Ordnance... (0100)
Wisbech (Images of England) by Kim Bowden and David Rayner (Jan 1, 2004)
Wisbech in Old Photographs (Britain in Old Photographs) by Wisbech and Fenland Museum (Jun 12, 1997)
Wiki information Wisbech:
Wisbech is a market town, inland port and civil parish with a population of 31,573 in the Fens of Cambridgeshire, England. The tidal River Nene runs through the centre of the town and is spanned by two bridges. The name is believed to mean on the...
Wisbech Town F.C. is an English football club currently based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. The club are currently members of the United Counties League Premier Division and play at the Fenland Stadium.