Definition funny of Shafter:

urbanOne really fucked up town with lot's of whores and webber's and one nazi that live by tila the whore.

urbannazi and whore town

urbanAmalgamation of the words "see you after", alternatine to "goodbye" Commonly used in Glasgow.

urbanJonny: "I need to go the now" Matt: "Shafters mate"

urbana Colloquial term used in the Waterford region of Ireland, which means that "I will see you after" or "catch up with you later"

urbanSlob1:- Well Bai Sh'After Slob2:- Alrite Bud Sl'Ater

urbanThe worst city in America. If you're not Mennonite, you're working in the fields.


Books about Shafter:

booksBendigo Shafter: A Novel by Louis L'Amour (Nov 1, 1983)

booksShafter by Margaret McGaffey Fisk (Dec 17, 2013)

booksThe Surrender of Santiago An Account of the Historic Surrender of Santiago to General Shafter, July 17, 1898 by Frank Norris (Mar 30, 2011)

booksShafter: Webster's Timeline History, 1835 - 2006 by Icon Group International (May 28, 2010)

booksIn Cuba With Shafter (Classic Reprint) by John David Miley (Aug 4, 2012)

booksPecos Bill: A Military Biography of William R. Shafter by Paul H. Carlson (Jun 1, 2000)

booksLouis L'amour Complete Series Plus (Bendigo Shafter, Passing Through, Son of a Wanted Man, Man From Broken Hills... by Louis L'Amour (1965)


Movies about Shafter:

moviesTitus - Season 3 2006 NR - Runtime: 7 hrs 42 mins Starring: Christopher Titus, Cynthia Watros, et al. Directed by: Bill Shea, Brian Hargrove, et al.

moviesCoral Ridge Video Ministry: Fight for Life - Brenda Pratt Shafter 2002 - Runtime: 42 mins


Wiki information Shafter:

City/Town/Village, Location, HUD County Place, Dated location, HUD Foreclosure Area, Statistical region

Shafter is a city in Kern County, California, United States. It is located 18 miles west-northwest of Bakersfield. The population was 16,988 at the 2010 census, up from 12,736 at the 2000 census. The city is located along State Route 43. Suburbs of...

City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Shafter is an unincorporated community in Presidio County, Texas. The Texas Attorney General's Office gives a population of 11 as of the 2000 Census. It was named in honor of General William Shafter, who at one point commanded the nearby Fort Davis....